Dog saved by Plymouth fire crews after it tumbled down cliff
FIREFIGHTERS saved a dog who had fallen off a cliff on Saturday.
A fire crew from Plymstock and the specialist rescue team from Camels Head went to the point between Warren car park and Stoke Point in Noss Mayo at 8.30pm on Saturday night.
Due to the difficult terrain and lack of light, after instruction from a specialist rescue advisor, crews returned on Sunday morning at 7am.
Firefighters from Plymstock, the specialist rescue team from Camels Head, an off road vehicle from Bovey Tracey and a specialist rescue advisor were at the cliff to rescue the pet.
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Fire crews laid out safety, height and water safety equipment.
And after finding the dog, they used rope rescue equipment to get to the animal on the cliff face.
The dog was secured in a bag and harness and returned to its owner safe and well.