Sian Williams and Sutty
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Dog rescued in Snowdonia 10 days after owner airlifted

A dog has been rescued 10 days after his critically injured owner was airlifted to hospital after a 150m (450ft) fall in Snowdonia.

Spaniel type Sutty is believed to have been frightened off when a helicopter rescued his 60-year-old owner in the Ogwen Valley on 29 May.

On Saturday two local people Rob Shepherd and Sian Williams, who were climbing on Atlantic Slabs, heard a dog whimpering and found Sutty on a ledge.

  • 11 Jun 2013
  • From the section UK