Firefighters rescue bleeding dog from riverbank

Firefighters rescue bleeding dog from riverbank

Firefighters rescue bleeding dog from riverbank

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FIREFIGHTERS rescued a dog that was trapped and bleeding in Newport.

The was animal was stuck on the riverbank near the Kingsway and was hauled to safety by crews using line rescue equipment yesterday afternoon.

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10:14am Mon 28 Jul 14

sword of truth says...

Busy day for the Firefighters. I heard that they then went on to rescue a s*dding cat stuck up a tree.
Busy day for the Firefighters. I heard that they then went on to rescue a s*dding cat stuck up a tree. sword of truth
  • Score: -49

12:09pm Mon 28 Jul 14

Welshlady11 says...

Would have been nice to actually say how the animal was?? Not a very good report really is it?? as for this comment below .......

Busy day for the Firefighters. I heard that they then went on to rescue a s*dding cat stuck up a tree.


TOTAL NUMPTY!!!!!
Would have been nice to actually say how the animal was?? Not a very good report really is it?? as for this comment below ....... Busy day for the Firefighters. I heard that they then went on to rescue a s*dding cat stuck up a tree. TOTAL NUMPTY!!!!! Welshlady11
  • Score: 34

12:55pm Mon 28 Jul 14

Katie Re-Registered says...

"Firefighters rescue bleeding dog from riverbank"

Language, Timothy;) If I typed **** cat it would be bleeped out now...
"Firefighters rescue bleeding dog from riverbank" Language, Timothy;) If I typed **** cat it would be bleeped out now... Katie Re-Registered
  • Score: -10

7:48am Tue 29 Jul 14

john.hall1000 says...

We are supposed to be a nation of animal lovers, then you got idiots like that, saying about a poor cat!.
We are supposed to be a nation of animal lovers, then you got idiots like that, saying about a poor cat!. john.hall1000
  • Score: 3

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