16 five hours rescuers pulled a Saint Bernard with the highest mountain of great Britain


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In the UK rescued a Saint Bernard, who did not want to descend from the highest mountain in the country. About it reports BBC News.

A four year old rescue dog Daisy got in on the 978-metre Scafell pike together with the owners. On the way back she refused to go and showed that she had a sore paw. To help the dog came Wojdalski mine rescue team.

In order to remove the 55-pound Saint Bernard from the mountain, 16 rescuers for five hours carried him on a stretcher. They had to overcome a variety of obstacles, including a waterfall. Due to deteriorating weather conditions they were in a hurry to reach the foot of Scafell-Soldering before the evening.

“Our squad each year, save about a dozen dogs that suffered in the mountains, but still never dealt with the saints, — said the representative of the rescuers. — Actually, Daisy is a rescue dog and behaved very quietly and dutifully, which was very useful when she was carried on a stretcher off the mountain”.

In 2017, it was reported that in the U.S. state of Idaho lost dog named Mo found nine months later. As it turned out, 14-year-old dog spent the winter in the mountains.

Video, photo All from Russia.


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