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Dog rescue from Sulham woodland rabbit hole

Happy ending to four-legged, three-hour ordeal

Jane Meredith

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Dog rescue from Sulham woodland rabbit hole

Tilehurst firefighters rescued a dog stuck for three hours in a rabbit hole in Sulham woodland yesterday (Sun) afternoon.

Firefighters from Dee Road fire station, in Tilehurst, were called at 12.57pm to the woodland in Sulham Hill, where the crossbreed 'rescue' dog had been stuck down a rabbit hole for three hours.

She was released by firefighters using Delsar sound equipment and also a snake eye camera - a flexible camera which can be placed down holes.

Firefighters left the scene at 3.41pm

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