Firefighters rescue cow stuck in water

15:09 12 May 2014

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Firefighters rescued a cow that was stuck in water in Little Thetford on Sunday.

One crew from Ely and two from Cambridge were called shortly after 8.45am to reports of a cow stuck in water in Holt Fen Drove.

Crews arrived and released the cow and returned it to its owner. They returned to their stations by 10.45am.

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