Girl survives heavy snowstorm by hugging a dog, Russian state TV reports

Moscú A 10-year-old girl survived a night in a heavy snowstorm in Siberia by hugging a dog, according to Russian state TV and local media reports.

The girl, who is not named in the report, left her school in the town of Uglegorsk last week but failed to return home. The town sits on the northwest Russian island of Sakhalin, which had been slammed with heavy snow and winds reaching 38 a 50 millas por hora.
Authorities and local residents searched overnight for the girl after it was determined she was missing. Search parties focused on houses with pets, because locals reported seeing the girl playing with a dog the evening before her disappearance. The girl’s parents also told police how much she loved to play with pets.
    A volunteer found the girl the next morning, sitting with the dog in its outdoor kennel and hugging it to keep warm, according to Russian state TV.
      The girl was taken to hospital and found to be healthy, the report noted.




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