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Dog rescued after four days buried underground

Lulu the Jack Russell was rescued from a drain after she'd been stuck there for four days. It took five Buckinghamshire firefighters six hours to free the cut-off canine.
Having dug down to the pipe, firefighters had to cut through the inch-thick steel to enter.
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Here's Lulu, safe and happy with her owner and the Buckinghamshire Fire & Rescue Service after she became stuck down a drainpipe in Dorney, Buckinghamshire, whilst on a family walk.
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To reach the cut-off canine, rescuers had to crawl along the narrow pipe on their hands and knees.
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The rescue team had to cut through the surface of this car park to get access to the pipe that Lulu was stuck in. The hound became trapped on Friday.
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A relieved Jack Russell is reunited with her owner. Station manager Doug Gruchy said he was "delighted" with the happy outcome.
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More than a tonne of concrete was removed from a section of car park before the rescue team could access the underground pipe.
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Here's rescuer, Pete Skinner, emerging from the pipe with a tired-looking Lulu.
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Now the pooch can return to normal life - here she is eating and relaxing with her owner and pals. The pipe, which was no longer in use, has been closed off to prevent more animals getting in.
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