The Pasadena Fire Department rescues a blind dog that has fallen into a deep hole at a construction site

PASADENA, Calif. (KABC)– The Pasadena fire department was able to rescue a blind dog that had fallen into a deep construction hole on Tuesday evening.

The dog somehow fell into the three-foot-wide hole around 7 p.m. at a construction site on Lake Avenue near Boylston Street

A Pasadena search and rescue team responded to the scene.

The team attached a series of ropes and pulleys to lower a team member into the hole.

It wasn’t clear how deep the hole was, but it took the rescue team member about 12 minutes to reach the animal, secure it in a harness, and bring it back to the surface.

The owners told Eyewitness News that the dog’s name is Cesar.

Cesar appeared healthy and unharmed after being taken out of the hole. He shook off a thick layer of construction debris and dust and was reunited with his owners at the crime scene.

Firefighters posed for a group photo with Cesar after the rescue.

It wasn’t immediately clear how Cesar fell into the hole or how long he was down there before rescue workers were alerted.

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Laura Coffey

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