Fire service complete dramatic three hour rescue of dog who got stuck under rocks in 'fox's lair' in West Yorkshire

The fire service completed an astonishing three hour rescue of a dog who was trapped - after falling down a 'fox's lair'.

Jasper the Spaniel became stuck under rocks in the hole in the Low Wood Nature Reserve, Elam Wood Road, Riddlesden, Keighley.

A 'very labour intensive rescue' then ensued, West Yorkshire Fire service said.

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One firefighter crawled under the rocks before pulling the dog out.

Low Wood Nature Reserve, Elam Wood Road, Riddlesden, Keighley

He was passed to how owner with no injuries.

The rescue took almost three and a half hours.

Crews attended from Cleckheaton Technical Resuce team along with a specialist Technical Rescue Officer, the service said.