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Dog Rescued From Icy Lake In Lexington

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Updated: 2/19 6:28 pm
The Lexington Fire Department pulled 14-year-old Riainn from a cold lake Monday morning.

Riainn reportedly has hip problems and trouble walking.

Firefighters said that it's likely that he fell off of the retaining wall and into the icy water.

According to firefighters, Riainn was in the water for about 20 minutes until crews were able to get him out.

Thankfully, Riainn was cold and wet, but not hurt.

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