KANSAS CITY, Kan. — Rescue came just in time for one dog in Kansas City, Kansas’ Argentine neighborhood Monday.

The Kansas City, Kansas Fire Department was dispatched just after 1 p.m. to rescue a dog that fell 15 feet into an old stone well near South 38th Street and Wyandotte Avenue.

KCKFD said the well was a quarter mile back in dense woods.

Crews lowed a ladder to reach the dog and firefighters were able to carry her out.

The dog was scared, malnourished but is expected to recover, according to KCKFD.

Photo Courtesy: Kansas City, Kansas Fire Department

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