SES rescues dog after 10 metre fall from remote bridge

Lucky being transported to the et after he was rescued by the SES. Photos: supplied.
Lucky being transported to the et after he was rescued by the SES. Photos: supplied.

A very lucky dog has another chance at life thanks to the SES. 

The well trained team of volunteers executed a rescue of a dog which had fallen 10 metres from a bridge on a remote road near Sutton Forest, yesterday April 18. 

Having been notified about the injured pooch by a member of the public via a 000 call, he was found by the SES crew with two broken legs, presumably sustained during the fall.

The SES applied first aid before transporting him to a vet in Moss Vale. 

The dog’s name was Rex and he was recently rescued from the pound. However, our SES volunteers decided to name him Lucky.

Lucky has a long recovery ahead of him before he make a trip to his new home in Karatha, Western Australia. 

The SES volunteers wished him a speedy in a Facebook post.