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Found and recovered by the Pascal Alpine Rescue: the dog had moved away from the owners and then slipped into a gully

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The volunteers lowered themselves with ropes into the channel, on the opposite side from yesterday’s descent, and at the end of two abseils they heard a slight moan under them: Pascal had fallen from a 10-meter rock jump and was stuck on a ledge

CISON DI VALMARINO. Pascal, the Alaskan Malamute who disappeared yesterday in the canal under the Bivouac of the Lòff, was found and recovered after suddenly moving away from the owners, who, not seeing him return and not being able to move safely for them, had asked for help from the Rescue Alpine of the Treviso Pre-Alps.

Yesterday the rescuers had looked for the dog around the structure, also descending along the track left by the animal under the bivouac, unfortunately without finding it. This morning at 9 a team went up to the Lòff again to try to find him.

The volunteers lowered themselves with ropes into the channel, on the opposite side from yesterday’s descent, and at the end of two abseils they heard a slight moan under them: Pascal had fallen from a 10-meter rock jump and was stuck on a ledge. Fortunately unharmed, he was however agitated, so the rescuers first calmed him down, secured him with a lanyard to the harness and slowly lowered with him another eighty meters, while a second team went towards them from below, beating the track in the snow. to facilitate the return.

Pascal was then taken to the car park and from there to Tovena to be returned to the owners. Also present was a rescuer from Centro Cadore, who arrived in support of the research with the drone.

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