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Spaniel in mine shaft near Redruth rescued by 20 people

By marcprosser  |  Posted: November 18, 2012

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A spaniel was almost spoilt for choice when it came to picking a saviour after falling down a mine shaft in Radnor near Redruth.

Several vehicles from the Fire Service were dispatched to the mine. On arrival crews found out exactly where in the shaft the dog was and set up line rescue.

Crews then proceeded to rescue the spaniel and reunite it with its grateful owner.

In all 20 personnel where involved in the rescue of the animal.

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  • amyamyamy  |  November 19 2012, 3:57PM

    never to shy! but your comments are unnessasary and irrelevant... some people eat other humans but you arent moaning at ambulance crews or doctors are you? grow up and find something useful to contribute to or dont!!!

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  • amyamyamy  |  November 19 2012, 3:57PM

    never to shy! but your comments are unnessasary and irrelevant... some people eat other humans but you arent moaning at ambulance crews or doctors are you? grow up and find something useful to contribute or dont!!!

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  • twain1  |  November 18 2012, 11:32PM

    Ah! Too shy to publicise your ignorance and hypocrisy then :-)

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  • twain1  |  November 18 2012, 10:46PM

    Stick your red arrows where the sun don't shine, post your comment to discuss like a grown up!

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  • twain1  |  November 18 2012, 10:16PM

    20 personnel were involved in the rescue of the animal. The majority of those 20 will probably eat different animals today. Many people eat dogs, some boil them alive. Why are you horrified about the puppies and not the chicken/turkey/cow/pig that you sentenced to death whilst out shopping? Can't you see the hypocrisy?

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