Dogs rescued after dramatic fall from pothole in Arncliffe

North Yorkshire Fire and Rescue Service was called to Arncliffe, near Grassington, at around 11.15am on Thursday (September 7) after four dogs were reported to have fallen into a pothole and become stuck.

Mountain rescue teams and animal rescue experts arrived at the scene and were greeted by three of the dogs rescued by game wardens.

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Crews worked with mountain rescue teams to conduct a situation assessment to create an action plan.

According to North Yorkshire fire logs, “During these conversations, two men, contrary to the advice of the emergency services, entered the pothole and rescued the dog.”

The log added: “Crews stood by as a precaution until both the men and the dog had exited the pothole unharmed.” Dogs rescued after dramatic fall from pothole in Arncliffe

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