The dog appeared mostly uninjured, but is in need of a good bath.

By: KDKA-TV News Staff

PITTSBURGH (KDKA) — A water rescue team jumped into action Friday afternoon when a dog fell over a cliff and into a creek in Westmoreland County.

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According to North Huntingdon EMS/Rescue, it was around noon when the pup fell about 50 feet over a hillside and ended up in Brush Creek.

(Photo Credit: North Huntingdon EMS/Rescue)

The North Huntingdon Township Water Rescue Team was called in due to issues accessing the area where the dog landed.

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Thirteen team members responded and were able to secure the dog and safely rescue him.

North Huntingdon EMS/Rescue says the dog appeared mostly uninjured, but is in need of a good bath. He is now back with his owner.

(Photo Credit: North Huntingdon EMS/Rescue)

The North Huntingdon Water Rescue Team is made up from members from North Huntingdon EMS/Rescue, Larimer VFD, Strawpump VFD, Westmoreland City VFD, Hartford Heights VFD, Shafton VFD, and Circleville VFD.

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