Car crash dog found

A couple have been reunited with their puppy five days after she fled a car crash in West Yorkshire.

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In pictures: car crash dog rescued from quarry

Ruby was spotted here yesterday

After Ruby the Cocker Spaniel fled the scene of a car crash in West Yorkshire, her owners thought they might never see her again.

But after an eagle-eyed dog walker spotted her 30ft up a quarry yesterday, West Yorkshire Fire and Rescue launched a rescue mission...

Firecrews put Ruby in the bag - and lift her down

Half an hour later Ruby was reunited with a delighted Rebecca Hall and her partner Scott.

Ruby is reunited with her delighted owners

Car crash dog reunited with owners

Ruby the Cocker Spaniel

A couple are celebrating after their dog - who fled a car crash in West Yorkshire - was safely returned to them.

Ruby, a nine-month-old Cocker Spaniel, escaped through Rebecca Hall's smashed car door window after her Ford Fiesta flipped over in Denholme on Sunday.

But after a dog walker spotted Ruby 30 metres up the side of a quarry on a small ledge.

After a 25-minute rescue operation by fire crews, Ruby was finally reunited with her delighted owners yesterday.


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