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All’s well that ends well for dog rescued from 30-foot hole

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PERRYMAN, Md. (AP) — First responders in Maryland have rescued a St. Bernard that was trapped at the bottom of a well.

Harford County Volunteer Fire & EMS spokesman Rich Gardiner tells local media the technical rescue team was called just before 5 p.m. Sunday after the dog, Mabel, fell into a 30-foot deep dry well in Perryman.

Fire crews were able to hoist Mabel out of the well by 6 p.m. Gardiner says Mabel wasn’t seriously injured and was seen running in circles after she was rescued.

He says Mabel will be taken to a veterinarian to be checked out.

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