Updated: Friday, August 2 2013, 10:21 PM EDTDevoted dogs saved the day in Henderson County recently, at Holmes Educational State Forest.Nancy Robinson says she was stung by either a bee or a hornet when she had an allergic reaction and eventually passed out for 45 minutes.Her protective two pooches stayed by her side. When they saw another hiker, they got her attention and drew her to Robinson.The Forest Supervisor says there's no question those dogs are the reason Robinson is alive today.The hiker who also helped is Colette Summitt, who is a teacher at Apple Valley Middle. She says the dogs desperately tried to get her attention and that she followed her hunch and eventually called the Forest Supervisor to the scene.Devoted Dogs Save The Day
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