After deaf woman tumbles 700 feet down a mountain a husky appears and saves her life

 After deaf woman tumbles 700 feet down a mountain a husky appears and saves her life

When 21-year-old deaf student Amelia Milling was on her way on a solo hike through Alaska she met someone very unusual.

She was across Crow Pass Trail in Chugach State Park, nearly 30 miles outside of Anchorage when an unbelievable accident happened. She fell about 300 to 400 feet, And out of blue, a white critter approached her. It was a white Husky named Nanook who was trained to guide hikers.

Amelia thought it was a white wolf until she had a close look. The dog stayed all night by the girl until the rescue arrived. After 24 hours that the girl fell, she tried to cross the river but the current was too fast. So Amelia was drugged by the current and if not for Nanook she would have drowned.

Soon Rescuers found Amelia when she turned her SPOT Beacon on. They finally discovered the location and were on their way to rescue the girl.

Alaska State Trooper Lt. Eric Olsen was amazed by Nanook’s devotion and care that the HUsky provided until the rescuers arrived.

The rescuers found Nanook’s owners and thanked them for raising and training such a brave and faithful dog. He was brought h back home to Girdwood, where his owner Scott Swift was impatiently waiting for him.

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