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Driver and dog safely rescued from dangling car in Tennessee

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The vehicle is pictured dangling over an embankment on June 18, 2021, near Pigeon Forge, Tennessee. (Credit: City of Pigeon Forge Fire Department) PIGEON FORGE, Tenn. - A driver and a dog were safely rescued from a vehicle that went over an embankment in Tennessee, resulting in a complicated rescue by firefighters to stabilize the vehicle that landed in a precarious spot.

The incident was reported just before 1:45 a.m. ET on Saturday in Pigeon Forge, a mountain town and vacation area located in eastern Tennessee.

The local fire department posted about the rescue on its Facebook page, saying that the overnight shift received a call for "a vehicle over an embankment.""Upon arrival, they found the vehicle in this position, and had to stabilize it in order to conduct an extrication that lasted over an hour," the Pigeon Forge Fire Department wrote.The fire department shared photos of the scene, which shows a blue vehicle in a vertical position with its front bumper on the ground.

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