A Siberian husky that was hit by a train has made a stunning recovery despite suffering horrific facial injuries which could have killed her.
The two-year-old dog was struck near her home in Witham, Essex, and rescued by the driver who hauled the train to a stop.
He put poor Sky on the carriage with him to Colchester station where British Transport Police arranged for a pet ambulance to take her to a vets.
The skin on the right hand side of Sky's face, from the edge of her lip to her neck, including the ear had been torn away from the underlying tissue.
Sky was struck by a fast-moving train near her home in Witham, Essex. The skin on the right hand side of Sky's face, from the edge of her lip to her neck, including the ear had been torn away from the underlying tissue
Sky was taken to a vets who had to wait a week to operate on her as her injuries were so severe
After a week the stitches on Sky's face were removed and her family were able to take her hom
Her other injuries included a fractured cheekbone and lower jawbone.
Her injuries were so severe that vets were unable to operate on her for a week after the incident.
But just a week after her operation, Sky's stitches were removed and her family took her home.
She is now recovering but her owner Lisa Brady has started