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PremierLeague-News.Com - Owner was unable to get Archie, the high-spirited Cocker Spaniel, out because of the muddy bank
PremierLeague-News.Com - Breaking Sport Transfer News ! When young puppy Archie became stuck in the water while cooling off, his owner struggled for 40 minutes to get him out to safety. Eventually, crews from Lymm Fire Station were called to help get Archie, a Cocker Spaniel, out of the water. Archie's owner had managed to secure the dog but was unable to free him because of a muddy slope until the firefighters arrived on the scene. Lymm Fire Station said: "Archie was in typical Spaniel high spirits and no worse for wear - just a bit muddy." The station tweeted: "Crews were called to a Puppy that had been in water for 40 minutes. The owner had secured him but needed assistance from a muddy slope. The Puppy was Archie the Cocker Spaniel who was in typical Spaniel high spirits & no worse for wear just a bit muddy." Read more: Good Samaritan lured into alleyway to help woman before being attacked and robbed Lymm's Green watch had earlier taken part in a drowning prevention training session with Stockton Heath Primary School.
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. 46% of these people just happened to be near water and had no intention of entering the water. Over 80% of those who drown accidentally are male. 62% of accidental drownings happen in inland water. Only 30% of parents surveyed said their children were ‘very confident’ that their children know how to stay safe in and around water (March 2022). Approximately 65% of people surveyed have never received any formal training or education regarding water safety. Cheshire Fire and Rescue has a list of water safety guidelines - click here to read them . For more stories from where you live, visit InYourArea.
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