PICTURED: Dog and owner rescued from sinking mud bath

By Adele Forrest | 29/12/2017

PICTURED: Dog and owner rescued from sinking mud bath
The dog and owner being rescued

A DISTRESSED dog and its owner got that sinking feeling after finding themselves in a sticky situation.

Firefighters from Edlington and Barnsley station came to the pair’s rescue in Todwick after the dog got stuck in the mud on Kiveton Lane while out walking.

A South Yorkshire Fire and Rescue spokeswoman said: “Its owner then tried to rescue it, but got stuck herself.

“Thankfully, firefighters arrived and used inflatable walkways to reach the pair and pull them to safety.

“Nothing a nice hot bath didn’t sort out!”


 


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