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Dog rescued by volunteers after spending over 26 hours down old mining shaft

A dog was rescued after spending over 26 hours down an old mining shaft.Suka went missing on Sunday, 25 September, while out for a walk with her owner Ben Weston near St Ives, Cornwall.The terrier ran off into the woods and did not return, prompting an overnight search.Suka was rescued after falling inside a hole by the volunteer group Carbis Bay Crew.Crew member Sam Perkins said: "Eventually we got her out and her owners were really chuffed - not all of our rescues have such a good ending unfortunately."SWNS

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