Relief after missing dog rescued from waterfall

Relief After Missing Dog Rescued From Waterfall
Owner William Herron with 19-month-old German shepherd Koba after the fire service was called to help rescue the dog from a river outside Larne, Co Antrim. Photo: PA
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By PA Reporter

A young dog is getting some extra hugs from his owner after going missing close to a waterfall in Co Antrim.

The search for 19-month-old German shepherd Koba started at around 10pm on Sunday evening, in Magheramorne outside Larne, Co Antrim.


Owner William Herron said he spent around 45 minutes trying to find and rescue his dog.

Larne dog rescue
William Herron with Koba. Photo: Liam McBurney/PA

The alarm was then raised with the emergency services at a waterfall close to Ballypollard Road.


Northern Ireland Fire and Rescue Service said officers attended the scene at 11.49pm with two fire appliances from Larne as well as a rescue team from Central Fire Station in Belfast.

A spokesperson said rope was used to rescue the man and dog, with the incident dealt with by 1.55am on Monday.

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