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A dog has been rescued from debris floating off the coast of Miyagi Prefecture, three weeks after the March 11 earthquake and tsunami, according to the Japan Coast Guard.

The dog appeared to be in good health and had no major injuries.  A helicopter of JCG patrol boat, Tsugaru, searching for people missing since last month’s disaster spotted the dog at about 4 pm.  Friday about a mile off the coast of Kesennuma on the roof of a building that apparently had been swept pout to sea by the devastating tsunami.

when the helicopter flew down to save the dog,  leaped onto some nearby debris to escape its would-be rescuers.  Three crew members from the Tsugaru then approached the dog on a boat and got aboard.

The dog’s collar had no details about its owner, such as a name or address.  The dog is being cared for on the Tsugaru, and has been given water, sausages and biscuits.  Source:  The Associated Press


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