Firefighters were called in to rescue a sheep that was in trouble this weekend.
Warwickshire Fire and Rescue Teams were called after reports an animal was struggling in the River Leam near Offchurch.
With a shear effort, the firefighters managed to pull the soggy sheep out of the water and bring them back safe and sound to their field, proving that everything is wool that ends wool.
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The service shared the news on social media on Sunday.
A tweet from the Warwickshire Fire and Rescue Service read: “A sheep was rescued from the River Leam by firefighters this afternoon. The sheep encountered difficulties in the river near Offchurch and was successfully brought back to its field . “
In response, Extinction Rebellion Warwick District thanked the team for their efforts and shared a short clip of the rescue.
Asked for comment, a spokesperson for Warwickshire Fire and Rescue said: “We were alerted by Warwickshire Police at 12:36 pm on Sunday 21 November with reports of a sheep being stuck in the River Leam near Offchurch.
“We had two devices on site and the WFRS Large Animal Rescue Unit that were able to save the uninjured sheep. The sheep were returned safely to their field and crews remained at the scene for just over an hour. “
The incident makes clear the importance of our incredible emergency services, I’m sure Sheep Wool agrees.
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