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Coastguard rescue Dog from cliffs in Ballycastle

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At around 10:25 on Sunday 4th October, the Coleraine Coastguard Team was tasked in support of Ballycastle Coastguard who were proceeding to rescue a dog, trapped on a dangerous sea cliff- with the very real threat that the owner would attempt a rescue.

After a short period of negotiation, and the appearance of a tasty treat, the young springer spaniel was persuaded by the rope rescue technician into the animal rescue bag.

Canine casualty and coastguard rescuer were then winched to safety.


DOG RESCUE BALLYCASTLE: At 1025 approx. on Sunday 4th October, the Coleraine Coastguard Team was tasked in support of…

Posted by Coleraine Coastguard on Sunday, 4 October 2015

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