A82 driv­ers pull out the stops to res­cue road dash poo­dle Mungo

The Oban Times - - News - EMMA CRICH­TON ecrich­ton@oban­times.co.uk

traf­fic on the busy Glas­gow to In­ver­ness road to a stand­still as driv­ers stopped to help but Elsa and her house­mate, Gay Eg­ging­ton, said a camper van driver ar­rived on the scene with a dog lead to se­cure Mungo and bring him home.

Elsa, who, with Gay, owns four other dogs, said: ‘It was a mir­a­cle that the cam­pver­van man ar­rived with a lead. I don’t know what would have hap­pened oth­er­wise. It was so nice of ev­ery­one to help but I didn’t even get a chance to thank them prop­erly and I couldn’t let it go un­no­ticed.’ Gay, 71, added: It was great of ev­ery­one to stop and help and it’s un­usual to see such pa­tience and good news on the A82.’

Elsa Ros­set­ter, left, and Gay Eg­ging­ton thanked road users for

sav­ing their poo­dle, Mungo

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