A Maryland woman didn’t hesitate to jump into a basement well when her four month old French Bulldog puppy fell in.
The rescuer needed rescuing on Wednesday when a Chesapeake City-area woman found herself stuck inside a basement well that she climbed into to save her puppy.
“She was stuck down there maybe 10 to 15 minutes,” explained first responder Tom Morris, the deputy fire chief of the Chesapeake City Volunteer Fire Company. “When I got there, she was clinging to a rope while clutching the dog. She was about five feet from the top, stuck there, and her feet were in the water. She was drenched and so was the dog.”
Thankfully, there was a happy ending –
The woman and the puppy were rescued in about 10 minutes. She had cuts and bruises, but was taken to nearby Union Hospital in Elkton, Md., for a checkup. The puppy was not injured.