TWO fire crews and a rope rescue unit were called out to rescue a dog trapped in a well at Lymm on Friday afternoon.
Shortly after 4pm two fire engines attended from Warrington and Lymm along with the rescue unit from Bollington
Firefighters rescued a dog that had fallen into a well on Church Road, Lymm.
The crews were detained at the scene for around 50 minutes.
It has been a busy week for rescuing animals, with crews rescuing two trapped horses and a dog that fell into the Manchester Ship Canal at Latchford earlier this week.
Yesterday Lymm Red Watch, with the assistance of @WinsfordFS, rescued a 27 year old Gelding that was stuck in a brook. Using recognised techniques we were able to rescue the horse safely and reunite him with his owner. pic.twitter.com/ubT8wbckIl
— Lymm Fire Station (@LymmFS) December 16, 2021
Incidents involving animals need firefighters to take account of the species of animal and the environment they are in.
— Lymm Fire Station (@LymmFS) December 15, 2021