Exmouth cliff fall dog ‘safe and well’

17:39 12 November 2012

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Exmouth RNLI crew recovered a dog safe and well after it fell from the cliff at Orcombe Point

A dog that fell from the cliff at Orcombe Point on Saturday afternoon was found safe and well by the emergency services.

Exmouth coastguards were tasked by Portland coastguards shortly after 2pm following a request from Brixham Maritime rescue Co-ordiation Centre.

A Portland coastguard spokesperson said: “The dog was recovered safe and well by Exmouth RNLI inshore lifeboat.”

1 comment

  • Not again!....when are we going to put up warning signs and or a fence !

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    Carlo Marx

    Tuesday, November 13, 2012

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