VIDEO: Dog Rescued From 50-Foot Ravine in NJ Park

Tuesday, Mar 25, 2014  |  Updated 5:37 AM PDT
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It took authorities several hours to rescue a dog after it fell 50 feet into a ravine in New Jersey Monday.

NBC 4 New York

It took authorities several hours to rescue a dog after it fell 50 feet into a ravine in New Jersey Monday.

It took authorities several hours to rescue a dog after it fell 50 feet into a ravine in New Jersey Monday. 

It's not clear how the poodle mix got stuck between two rocks in the Garret Mountain reservation in Woodland Park in Passaic County. 

Rescuers rapelled into the ravine, secured the dog into a safety harness and pulled it out.

The dog wasn't hurt. Officials believe it may have been abanoned in the park. 

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