2 Arlington men, dog rescued off steep hillside

  • Friday, January 27, 2017 9:00am
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ARLINGTON – Two Arlington men and a dog were rescued by the High Angle Rescue Team Wednesday afternoon.

The two men went after a dog that had gone down the embankment and then found themselves stuck on the steep hillside. Arlington Fire was dispatched around 2:30 p.m. along the Stillaguamish River, 12800 block of 168th St. NE. Arlington Heights and Marysville Fire also responded. All were brought back up by the rescue team with no injuries. Arlington Fire Capt. Brandon Asher lowered himself down the hillside to reach the dog.

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