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Dog rescued from cliffs at Runkerry Head

Coastguard crews following a cliff fall at Runkerry Head this afternoon, Sunday 16th August.

Crews from Coleraine and Ballycastle attended the incident.

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At the time of publishing the condition of the dog is unknown. The operation lasted around 2 hours.

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📸 Gareth O’Brien / McAuley Multimedia

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