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California Firefighters Rescue Fawn Stuck in Storm Drain

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California Firefighters Rescue Fawn Stuck in Storm Drain

California Firefighters Rescue Fawn Stuck in Storm Drain

Firefighters in Pacifia, California, rescued a small fawn from a storm drain on Wednesday, May 8.

Footage posted to the North County Fire Authority Twitter account shows a firefighter delicately pulling the fawn to safety at the corner of Crespi Drive and Barcelona.

The firefighter was assisted by two Pacifica police officers.

Credit: North County Fire Authority via Storyful

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