Firefighters used a forklift to rescue a cow late last week.
The rescue operation, which lasted over 90 minutes and involved several crews, took place in Nailsea in Somerset on Friday, August 21st.
In a post on social media, Nailsea Firefighters, said: “Daisy has had better days!”
“Crews from Nailsea and Bath taking great care with the rescue to get this cow mooooo-ving once again.”
A spokesperson for Avon Fire and Rescue said: “At 10:10am, crews from Nailsea and Bath fire stations were mobilised to reports of a cow stuck in a ditch off North Street in Nailsea.”
“On arrival, firefighters found one cow stuck in a ditch in approximately three feet of water.”
“Crews worked with the farmer to rescue the cow from the ditch using a forklift.” the spokesperson added.
Image source: Nailsea Firefighters / Facebook