Locals in Beykoz, Turkey, called authorities when they discovered that a puppy had gotten trapped in a narrow borehole. The puppy was apparently down there for more than a week. He is lastly out and secure. No one is quite sure just how the pup managed to get down the borehole.
The hole was less than a foot in size and around 200 feet (61 meters) deep.
They team that assembled needed to figure out just how they were going to get the puppy out. They could not just send a people down an opening that small. They had the ability to erect a pneumatic climate tent and heating unit to help secure the puppy from bad weather.
The animal rescue company and firefighters had the ability to lower him some food and water. The story made national headlines. Groups worked for 10 days to get that pup out.
The country’s Energy Minister, Berat Albayrak, contacted a mining company for help.The company had the ability to lower a mechanized lasso right into the hole and get the puppy out safely!
There were tons of cams on the scene when the pup was finally pulled out! It was a triumphant moment, and the firemens and pet rescue employees all cheered!