Dog falls 15 metres into shaft; Surrey fire crews attempting to rescue

Global News

Surrey Fire Department rescued a dog that had fallen 15 metres down a dredging shaft this afternoon.

The department’s high-angle rescue team handled the rescue of the mid-sized dog, according to Surrey Fire Battalion Chief Gary McHarg.

The canine fell down the shaft at 10600 Timberland Road, which is located just off of the South Fraser Perimeter Road.

It’s unknown how the dog ended up in the area but a nearby worker said there’s a trail that leads to what resembles a shack and is actually the 15-metre dredging shaft.

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