St. Bernard named Mabel survives 30-foot fall down dry well

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Mabel

Mabel

HARFORD COUNTY, Maryland – A St. Bernard named Mabel was rescued after falling more than 30 feet down a dry well in Harford County, Maryland Sunday afternoon.

Around 5 p.m. Sunday, first responders from the Harford County Fire Department responded to the scene where Mable was trapped at the bottom of the well.

The dog’s owner said she doesn’t know how Mable ended up in the well, but she discovered her in there when she went to go look for her.

A St. Bernard named Mabel was rescued after falling more than 30 feet down a well in Harford County, Maryland.

A St. Bernard named Mabel was rescued after falling more than 30 feet down a well in Harford County, Maryland. (Photo Courtesy, Rhonda Hinch, Level VFC)

Rescue crews were quickly able to remove the dog from the 30-foot well.

After the rescue, witnesses say Mable looked to be in good spirits as she was seen running in circles with a smile.

She was taken to a local vet to be checked out and is expected to be just fine.

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