Dog saved from pond by kind stranger
- Credit: Nick Butcher
A missing greyhound was saved from a pond by a member of the public.
Fire crews were called to Carlton Marshes in Ivy Lane, Lowestoft, just after 6.30pm on Sunday evening after a dog had got into trouble in a pond.
The dog had been reportedly missing all day but was rescued by an onlooker by the time the fire service attended the scene.
A Suffolk Fire and Rescue spokesman said: "We were called to reports of an animal rescue at Carlton Marshes at about 6.32pm.
"A dog, which had been missing all day, had been rescued by a member of the public by the time we arrived."
The dog is now back at home and is recovering.
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