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Fire crews called in to rescue dog after it falls down well

PUBLISHED: 14:53 12 September 2020 | UPDATED: 15:02 12 September 2020

Fire crews have been called to Melford Road in Sudbury to rescue a dog in a well Picture: GOOGLE MAPS

Fire crews have been called to Melford Road in Sudbury to rescue a dog in a well Picture: GOOGLE MAPS

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Firefighters have been called to a well in Sudbury after a dog became stuck.

Two fire crews were called shortly before 1pm to Melford Road in Sudbury.

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It’s not know how the dog became trapped in the well but rescuers are working to recover the animal.

In a statement on Twitter Suffolk Fire and Rescue said: “We are currently attending an incident in Sudbury involving a dog that has fallen down a well.

“We have specialist working at height teams on scene and finalising plans for rescue.”


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