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Two Workers Heard Noises Coming From This Pipe. What They Found When The Cut It Open Floored Them…

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Pipes by their very nature have an entry point and an exit point, meaning that anything that wants to get in there can. I have seen so many stories of snakes and alligators getting into pipes it isn’t even funny.

Sometimes you have to be observant of your surroundings. You might notice something unusual or out-of-place that could ultimately be a life changer. That is exactly the case for these workers at Boveney Lock in Dorney, Buckinghamshire.

They were hired because of a missing dog that the owner believed to be underground. Everyone thought the owner was crazy because really, how does a dog get under the ground?

But imagine walking across a parking lot when you hear a weird noise coming from the ground. What would you end up doing if your dog had been missing?

These Guys Heard Noises In This Pipe. They Decided To Look Inside And... WOAH!These crews decided to start digging.

These Guys Heard Noises In This Pipe. They Decided To Look Inside And... WOAH!They tore up all of the concrete and dirt until they reached the pipe below ground.

These Guys Heard Noises In This Pipe. They Decided To Look Inside And... WOAH!Once they reached the pipe, they had to cut a hole to figure out what was making the noise.

These Guys Heard Noises In This Pipe. They Decided To Look Inside And... WOAH!Once inside, the worker discovered something he never thought possible.

These Guys Heard Noises In This Pipe. They Decided To Look Inside And... WOAH!A little tiny Jack Russel Terrier was trapped and terrified deep inside the underground pipe. What is even more astounding is that the dog was trapped inside of the pipe for over 4 days.

These Guys Heard Noises In This Pipe. They Decided To Look Inside And... WOAH!

What an incredible and heroic story rescuing this dog trapped in a pipe. I wasn’t expecting them to find a live animal in there, but I am so glad this animal rescue had a good ending. Dogs are mans best friend, that has been shown time and time again.

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2 Comments

  1. Anson E. Long

    June 29, 2017 at 5:03 pm

    As Hagrid once said: “Dopey dog.”

  2. Don Lott

    June 29, 2017 at 5:38 pm

    The Jack Russel is simply “fearless”—sometimes to it’s own demise. A smart— energetic—high maintenance dog that demands lots of attention. You don’t want it to become bored and start looking for ways to entertain itself. There must have been something in that pipe that needed immediate attention. I call them the Marines of dog-dome. The question is not how many the adversary—or how big—but simply “where”?

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