A puppy miraculously managed to escape death after falling 30 feet down a waterfall.
The lucky dog survived with just a fractured leg and was saved by a rescue team.
Alfie is a German Pointer who took a tumble off a waterfall on August 3rd at Sgwd y Pannwr waterfall, to the horror of many bystanders.
The incident occurred at Brecon Beacons National Park, in south Wales, after which a mountain rescue team was summoned.
With the help of Alfie's owners, they eventually discovered him and helped recover the dog back to the footpath.
The lucky pooch was put onto a stretcher and taken to a vet, where they found that Alfie had fractured his leg in two places., TeamDogs reports.
The Central Brecons MRT wrote on Facebook: "We’re grateful to a large group of passers-by who helped the owners recover Alfie, a German Pointer, to the footpath.
“Sadly, poor Alfie was in too much pain to walk or be carried to the car park, so was treated to a very gentle lift onto one of our stretchers and carefully carried to vehicle transport to a local vets.
“Later in the evening, Alfie’s owners contacted us to say he has fractured his leg in two places and will be operated on but is expected to make a good recovery.”
But that was not the only rescue at the Sgwd y Pannwr waterfall that day, as the Central Brecons MRT were also called to two further incidents at the same site.
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On the same waterfall footpath, a woman had stumbled and suffered a suspected fractured lower leg.
The rescue team helped administer pain relief and carry her on a stretcher to a waiting ambulance, where they were met by two walkers who reported a missing member of their party at the waterfalls.
Rescue team members were deployed along the waterfall trails and dispatched to check all the car parks.
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The missing man was located safe and well at Cwm Porth car park, and a response vehicle reunited him with his friends.
The Central Brecons MRT added: "We eventually returned home for belated evening meals."
And people on Facebook were quick to praise their efforts.
One man wrote: "You guys are truly remarkable. Totally in awe of you. Thank you for every rescue you carry out. Huge respect."
And another added: "You’re all absolutely brilliant for all the good work that you all do."
Meanwhile, a woman commented: "You must have thought you would never get home! Well done everyone."
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