On Friday the 31st of October, a mudslide hit Camarillo Springs, California. It was caused by large amounts of rain and debris and prompted an emergency evacuation around 12:30 AM.
Henry and Mim Needham are homeowners in the area and were one of the families evacuated. During evacuation their dog Tinkerbell was unable to be found by her owners or firefighters and was assumed to have died. The owners were not allowed to return inside the house for their own safety.
It wasn’t until Sunday morning when the couple’s grandson (pictured below with the doggy) went to the home and heard a bark that the 5 year old dachshund was discovered and rescued by the fire department.
Tinkerbell remarkably didn’t suffer any injuries and was back cuddling with her family in no time. A video of the rescue is available below.