Two fire departments recently rescued two stuck dogs in separate incidents.
Members with Crains Creek Fire Department rescued a dog that was stuck between shipping containers on Wright Road in Vass on Nov. 12.
“This morning rescue 239 with its crew responded to given address reference to poor old Harley being stuck between two shipping containers used for storage,” said Crains Creek Fire Department on its social media page. “He had entered the other side but couldn’t turn around or back out when it narrowed in. The crew used the hydraulic extrication spreader and spread the two containers apart. They were then able to reach in and pull Harley out.”
Three days later, crews with Pinebluff Fire Department rescued a dog that was trapped in a well.
Pinebluff Fire Department members pose with the dog they rescued from a well. Photo courtesy of the fire department.
“Today has been a good day!” announced Pinebluff Fire Department on it’s Facebook page. “Today our personnel on duty received a call at the station for a dog being stuck inside an old well. The dog had been missing for the past day. Thankfully the dog was able to be rescued quickly and as you can see was very happy to be with the owner and its rescuers.”
Feature photo: A dog relaxes with a member with Crains Creek Fire Department after it was rescued between containers (left), and another dog manages to get stuck in a well in Pinebluff. Photos courtesy of both fire departments.