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Dog rescued from Brimpton trench

Operation drew in fire crews from Newbury, Tadley and Reading

Charlie Masters

Charlie Masters

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Dog rescued from Brimpton trench

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Emergency workers were called to Brimpton Common last night to rescue a dog from a waterlogged trench.

At 9.30pm on Friday, crews from Tadley and Newbury fire stations were summoned to Brimpton Lane.

They there found Summer, a local dog, who had fallen down a three-metre trench and become trapped.

Poor weather had resulted in the trench becoming filled with water, further endangering the animal.

The responders were soon joined by a specialist team from Caversham Road, Reading.

They used a triple-extension ladder, flat board and rescue line to retrieve Summer.

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