CITRA, Fla. (FOX 35 WOFL) - The Marion County Fire Rescue posted onto Facebook that one of their crews rescued a dog from 30-foot hole.
They say that on January 20th, units were dispatched to NW 140th Street in Citra, Florida regarding a citizen's arrest and animal rescue.
Upon arrival, crews say that they believe that Dora the dog was exploring on her own when she fell into a hole about 30-feet deep.
Crews, with the help of A Special Operations Technical Rescue team, reportedly performed a rope rescue utilizing a twin tension system of ropes and pulleys. They were able to lower a technician into the hole and bring Dora out.
The fire rescue say that Dora is back with her dog sitter and doing well
No animals or firefighters were injured during this rescue.
See the full post below.