Dog’s lucky escape after 10-metre fall off remote bridge

27/04/2020 Posted by admin

Dog’s lucky escape after 10-metre fall off remote bridge Lucky being transported to the et after he was rescued by the SES. Pictures: supplied.
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TweetFacebookPictures supplied by NSW SES Wingecarribee Unit. A very lucky dog that fell 10 metres off a bridge has another chance at life thanks to SES crews.

The team of volunteers rescued the dog, Rex, after he fell from a bridge on a remote road near Sutton Forest, in the NSW Southern Highlands, on Wednesday.

SES crews were notified about the injured pooch by a triple-0 call and found him with two broken legs.

The SES applied first aid before transporting him to a vet in Moss Vale.

The dog’s name was Rex and he was recently rescued from the pound.

However,SES volunteers decided to name him Lucky.

Lucky has a long recovery ahead of him before he makes a trip to his new home in Karatha, Western Australia.

The SES volunteers wished him a speedy in a Facebook post.

Southern Highland News

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