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These Photos Of A Dog Getting Rescued From A Diamond Mine Will Brighten Your Day

"Underdog" has been through the ringer, and then some.

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Tourists saw him swimming in the pool at the bottom of the mine, looking for the way out.

Attempts to rescue him failed, because the pit was too unstable. Underdog found a ledge to rest on, and passers by threw food down for him. For a week. And then...

Emergency medical care firm ER24 sent seven workers into the pit.

@ER24EMS: Rigs set up and the team is going to start their decent. #Underdog rescue has started.

ER24 EMS (Pty) Ltd ®

@ER24EMS

@ER24EMS: Rigs set up and the team is going to start their decent. #Underdog rescue has started.

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Somehow, Underdog had managed not to die of starvation or dehydration.

ER24 EMS (Pty) Ltd ®

@ER24EMS

Start of rescue attempts for #Underdog

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The drop was the equivalent of a 50-storey building.

All 7 rescuers have began their descent into #thebigholesa - #Underdog rescue.

ER24 EMS (Pty) Ltd ®

@ER24EMS

All 7 rescuers have began their descent into #thebigholesa - #Underdog rescue.

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Underdog was suspicious of the rescuers at first, but they slipped a harness on him after some sweet talk.

On their way up with #Underdog - about 50 meters to go and our doggie is safe!

ER24 EMS (Pty) Ltd ®

@ER24EMS

On their way up with #Underdog - about 50 meters to go and our doggie is safe!

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Success!

And #Underdog is out! Well done to everyone involved!

ER24 EMS (Pty) Ltd ®

@ER24EMS

And #Underdog is out! Well done to everyone involved!

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These men are heroes.

ER24 EMS (Pty) Ltd ®

@ER24EMS

Photo of #topdog team:

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