Drone delivers food to dogs stranded near La Palma volcano

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The Telegraph published this video item, entitled “Drone delivers food to dogs stranded near La Palma volcano” – below is their description.

Several emaciated dogs have been delivered food by a drone after becoming trapped near the volcano on La Palma.

The malnourished canines can be seen stuck inside an ash-covered, walled courtyard.

Two local companies are delivering food and water to them by drone until they can be airlifted to safety.

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