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With Their RV Perched Over A Gully, This Poor Dog Was Pulled To Safety

Seattle firefighters made a great save when a family’s RV went off the road near the city’s Mount Baker neighborhood.

As the motorhome tilted over the edge of an embankment, rescuers pulled the female pit-bill puppy, named “KK”, to safety.

She must have been so scared.

Bettina Hansen / The Seattle Times
Bettina Hansen / The Seattle Times

Officials said the accident may have been caused by a faulty emergency brake, forcing the RV to run up and over the embankment.

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