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Puppy rescued from old mine shaft in Victoria

A 12 month old black Labrador puppy named Mara has been rescued unharmed after falling down a 25m abandoned mineshaft at Maldon in central Victoria while out bushwalking with her family.

 The rescue scene

The rescue scene

The puppy had strayed from the family while off-leash. The incident bears similarities to last year's rescue of Luna and her owner in Tasmania from a disused mine shaft near Launceston. In the latest...

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