The Oyster River Fire Department had their work cut out for them with an unusual rescue mission this weekend.
A small 13-year-old Chihuahua named Mini was trapped at the bottom of a deep well.
Fortunately, Oyster River Fire Department’s deputy chief, Chris Murray was able to bring him to safety today.
Mini is a bit frightened but thankfully he’s now doing just fine and is back in the hands of his owners.
— Dean Stoltz (@deanstoltzchek) July 5, 2020