MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — Crews came to the rescue on Saturday evening after witnesses say a dog fell from the falls in Ramsey Park.

The picturesque park, which is located in Redwood Falls, experienced higher waters than usual over the weekend. A video shared with WCCO shows a worker repelling from a cliff near the falls to reach the stranded pup.

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Redwood Falls’ assistant fire chief Mike Mohr said that the department was called at about 4 p.m. Mohr said the dog had fallen 20 to 25 feed off the falls, and was able to swim over to a rocky ledge.

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Video of the incident shows the 1-year-old German Shepherd, which was perched on a cliff near the water’s edge, strapped against the worker as the pair slowly made it to the top of the falls.

Mohr said the rescue took about eight minutes, and the dog remained calm throughout. Applause can be heard in the video as the dog and the worker safely reach solid ground.

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Watch the video, courtesy of Matt Anderson, below.