A stray canine was rescued from a 15-foot sinkhole in Moreno Valley by hearth personnel on Monday night time.
The Cal Fireplace/Riverside County Fireplace Division responded to the 11300 block of Quincy Road at round eight:25 p.m. The outlet was on personal property, and a canine was in a gap that was round 15 ft deep, officers stated.
eight:25 p.m. – CAL FIRE/Riverside County Firefighters are on scene of a technical rescue involving a stray canine that fell right into a 15′ sinkhole on personal property 11300 Blk Quincy St Moreno Valley. Canine is extricated. 2 eng, 1 trk, 1 Chief . Photograph CAL FIRE/RCOFD pic.twitter.com/ketKnk9aiV
— CAL FIRE Riverside (@CALFIRERRU) February 12, 2019
Jody Hagemann, spokeswoman for the hearth division, stated the decision got here in from a non-public residence, and the rescue solely took a couple of minutes as soon as firefighters acquired on scene.
“I believe the canine was a husky,” she stated. “Personnel needed to get equipped and go down into the opening to test on the protection of the canine.”
The canine was taken out of the opening unhurt and given to animal management officers, the hearth division stated. Despite the fact that the canine was believed to be a stray, Hagemann stated animal management would seemingly look to see if the canine has an proprietor.