Heroic husky, Nanook, rescues injured hiker in Alaska
6-27-18, Amelia Milling, 21, had set out solo on a planned three-day hike. She's a college student from Rochester Institute of Technology in New York. She was about four miles into Crow Pass when her trekking poles broke, causing her to slide in deep snow down a 300-foot mountain. She crashed into a large boulder, which threw her about 30 feet. The impact sent down the mountain 300 to 400 feet. Bruised and stunned, at the bottom she was greeted by a tail-wagging, "Nanook," a white husky.
Milling, who is deaf, & told the Anchorage Daily News through an interpreter. "I saw his collar and it said (the dog) was a Crow Pass guide, and I realized that he was there to help me." She followed Nanook back to the trail. He stayed with her through the night and was at her side when she came to Eagle River Crossing. The current was strong and when she slipped and lost her footing, Milling says Nanook grabbed her backpack straps and pulled her safely to shore.
When Milling activated a satellite-operated emergency beacon, Nanook waited with her until rescuers arrived by helicopter. When rescuers landed, they saw Nanook's tag and contacted his owner Mr Swift to tell him about his dog's adventures. More here
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