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Dog found encased in ICE in -54C temperatures is freed after being dug out by villagers in Siberia 

Dog found encased in ICE in -54C temperatures is freed after being dug out by villagers who have now adopted her in Siberia

  • The stray was found by a hospital worker who heard her desperate cries for help
  • The dog was close to death while encased in ice in sub-zero weather in Siberia
  • She was finally freed by a group of kind-hearted locals who dug her out of the ice
  • The woman who first discovered the tragic animal has given her a new home

A stray dog that was found frozen alive in blistering cold has been miraculously rescued by villagers in Siberia.

The animal encased in ice was close to death in minus 54 degrees Celsius (minus 65.2 degrees Fahrenheit) temperatures when her desperate cries for help were heard by a hospital worker.

The canine was finally freed by a group of kind-hearted locals who dug her out of the ice. She has been given a new home by the woman who discovered her.

The dog encased in ice was close to death in the sub-zero weather in Siberia

The tragic animal encased in ice was close to death in minus 54 degrees Celsius (minus 65.2 degrees Fahrenheit) temperatures when her desperate moans were heard by a hospital worker

A stray dog that was found frozen alive in blistering cold has been miraculously rescued

A stray dog that was found frozen alive in blistering cold has been miraculously rescued

The worker in the hospital kitchen in Churapcha village, 3,150 miles east of Moscow, heard the animal’s desperate moans.

The stray was nearly dying, encased in ice with only her head clear.

The woman cook was unable to free the distressed ice-clad dog and summoned help from other villagers.

Members of a local automobile club arrived with crowbars to chip away at the ice and free the dog.

The stray was finally freed by a group of kind-hearted locals who dug her out of the ice

The dog was taken to a vet following her rescue

The canine encased in ice was finally freed by a group of kind-hearted locals who dug her out of the ice in Siberia. She has been given a new life by the woman who discovered her

Locals expected the poor dog - name unknown - to be seriously frostbitten but surprisingly her condition was 'not severe', said reports. She is seen being treated at a local vet in Siberia

Locals expected the poor dog – name unknown – to be seriously frostbitten but surprisingly her condition was ‘not severe’, said reports. She is seen being treated at a local vet in Siberia

The video shows local man Terenty Tomsky, in his 40s, working to liberate the animal in the intense cold.

Once free, she was taken in to the warm and fed.

Locals expected the poor dog – name unknown – to be seriously frostbitten but surprisingly her condition was ‘not severe’, said reports.

She was bandaged by a local vet and now has a new life after being adopted by the cook who heard her cries for help.

The worker in the hospital kitchen in Churapcha village (pictured), 3,150 miles east of Moscow, heard the animal's desperate moans. The woman has adopted the stray animal she discovered

The worker in the hospital kitchen in Churapcha village (pictured), 3,150 miles east of Moscow, heard the animal’s desperate moans. The woman has adopted the stray animal she discovered

The dog has a tag in her ear, showing her to be a stray that had been caught, vaccinated and sterilised and then released back to the street.

The incident came in the most severe winter for a decade and a half in Yakutia, an area of Siberia that is the coldest permanently inhabited region in the world.

By comparison, the coldest-ever temperature in Britain was minus 27.2 degrees Celsius (minus 17 degrees Fahrenheit) in 1895 and 1982.

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