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Michael Black

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Henry County Police Department

HQ Phone:  (770) 954-2900

Direct Phone: (770) ***-****direct phone

Email: m***@***.us

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Henry County Police Department

345 Phillips Drive

McDonough, Georgia,30253

United States

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Henry County Chamber of Commerce


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The fire department's Technical Rescue Team shortly arrived on the scene and worked for over three hours to rescue Bama, according to Capt. Michael Black, public information officer for the Henry County Fire Department.
The rescue team first pumped oxygen down the 40-foot-deep well before lowering a firefighter to get Bama back up, Black told ABC News today. "The dog was really friendly, and when he was out, he even seemed like he was going around to thank everyone," Black said. He added that Bama was determined to be OK and turned over to his owner without further incident. It appeared that the dog had accidentally fallen into the well, which is located in the backyard of his owner's neighbors' house, while "hanging out" there that afternoon, Black said. People : Michael Black


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