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Puppy rescued in A34 collision by Newbury Fire Service



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Two dogs and a puppy have been rescued from an incident on a major road today (Thursday).

Newbury Fire Station found the dogs following a road traffic collision on the A34 southbound at 1am (February 10).

In the "adorable rescue" a young puppy was saved by a green watch from a van, followed by the two other dogs.

A young puppy was rescued from the incident. Picture by: Newbury Fire Station. (54807098)
A young puppy was rescued from the incident. Picture by: Newbury Fire Station. (54807098)

Thames Valley Police and South Central Ambulance Service were also at the scene.

Newbury Fire Station has thanked them for their backup.



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