MyNEW YORK (dpa) – A dog trapped in a narrow ditch for five days in a national park in the US state of New York – has now been rescued unharmed.
Twelve-year-old Lisa, an animal, survived without food and water at the Minneapolis State Park, state parks said Wednesday (local time). On October 7, a woman was walking with her dog when she fell into a gap. You can hear his grunt. Park staff may have attempted to contact the site in the following days. On Tuesday, assistants from the Ulster County Animal Welfare Association and a cave rescue team were able to save the dog from a narrow crevice.
Two rescue crews observed the dog with the camera and were then able to catch him with a rope and stick. It was placed in a bag and then raised high enough to be brought safely to the surface. The dog is hungry and thirsty, but in good health. Then brought to its owner. During surveillance with the camera, the dog licked the wet walls of the cleft, so it probably gave itself fluid. According to management, the park is actually in need of leather bandaging.
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