On Wednesday, crews from the San Bernardino County Fire Department worked to rescue more than a dozen farm animals trapped in deep mud after several days of heavy rain.
Rescue began shortly after 5pm at Muskoy’s farm where animals such as horses, cows and bulls were stranded.
First responders were able to rescue a few animals, but had to set up “skid steer to clear a path for access to an additional 11 animals.” officials said.
rescue video It showed firefighters using skid steers to remove more mud from the area while the crew dragged the cattle to safety.
Nearly two hours later, while the crew was busy moving the smaller animals, the SBCFD announced that all the larger animals had been rescued and taken by animal control to the Devore Animal Shelter where they would be evaluated by veterinarians. Stated.
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https://ktla.com/news/local-news/crews-rescue-farm-animals-stuck-in-thick-mud-in-san-bernardino-county/ Crew members rescue farm animals buried in thick mud in San Bernardino County, California.