AUSTRIA: Powerless to Help

Out for a walk on the steep slopes of the Monchsberg overlooking Salzburg, an overconfident Airedale named Gigo tried to drink from a swift-flowing stream that powers Salzburg's hydroelectric system and was swept into an underground aqueduct. He finally made it to a ledge 165 yards inside the aqueduct. After firemen, swimmers and divers battled currents for four days in a vain effort to reach the yelping dog, the city fathers shut off the water flow, and while 26 factories ground to an hour's halt for lack of power and hundreds of workers stood...

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