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Posted on: September 21, 2018

Central Fire Firefighters Help Bella the Dog Get Home Safe

Bella, a Shepard mix, broke her leash and took a short journey in rural Soquel. Bella ended up falling halfway down a cliff on Muir Drive. Bella’s leash became tangled in the brush and she was unable to move or climb her way to solid ground. The crew from Engine 3413, along with Santa Cruz County Animal Control, were able to access Bella and untangle the her leash.   Bella was safely brought back up the cliff to her owners. She was unharmed, just thirsty!  We're so glad we were able to help Bella get back to her family safe and sound!

Firefighter Rob Crompton and Bella the dog

Bella the dog and Firefighter Rob Crompton take a breather after Bella's successful trip back up the cliff.

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