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PremierLeague-News.Com - Cornwall - Specialist equipment was required to lift the horse out of the bog
PremierLeague-News.Com - Breaking Sport Transfer News ! Fire services conducted an animal rescue after a horse had become stuck in boggy mud. The incident took place in Goldsithney, near Penzance yesterday (June 23). Appliances were called to the scene at around 10.30 yesterday evening, and two crews were sent to the call. Attending stations were from Penzance and Hayle, with the line rescue unit arriving from Tolvaddon. It was discovered that the horse have fallen in a "boggy area", becoming stuck. Requiring specialist lifting equipment, the crews were able to lift the horse to safety. Read more: Appeal for witnesses after man seriously injured in crash near Truro Cornwall Fire and Rescue Services said in a statement "Appliances from Penzance and Haye responded to this incident along with the line rescue unit from Tolvaddon. "On arrival firefighters discovered a horse which had fallen into a boggy area.
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. No further details are available for this incident." A similar rescue took place last summer (July 2021) when a horse and its rider became stunk in sinking mud. In this instance, emergency service crews rushed to the scene at Goss Moor in Cornwall after receiving a 999 call from a person reporting that a large horse was trapped in a muddy bog. Moments later, a second 999 call was made reporting the initial caller was trapped in the mud and now sinking. Fire crews, plus police, ambulance and coastguards, were all scrambled to the scene, and after a dramatic three-hour effort, both horse and rider were rescued and safe. Get the best stories about the things you love most curated by us and delivered to your inbox every day. Choose what you lovehere. Read more: Three Newquay beaches named among the best in the UK Five Cornish towns make list of 'ghost towns' taken over by second homes Ukrainian mother and son settling into new life in Cornwall overwhelmed by love and kindness Cornwall Council to sell 14 care homes to prevent closures Richard Madeley and Judy Finnigan's life in Cornwall
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