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After seeing the article below on large-animal technical rescue, I started to wonder how common this kind of response is. I live in Virginia, so I'm somewhat familiar with this team, but I wasn't sure if it was done much elsewhere.

Equine 9: Tales from a volunteer large-animal rescue squad

Cattle stuck in pools. Horses in hay lofts. Calves in wells. Carrot-eating camels stuck in the stall. These are not the most recent viral videos on TikTok, they’re real-life incidents and rescue stories from the Little Fork Volunteer Fire & Rescue Company’s Technical Large Animal Rescue Team (TLAER). For these first responders in Virginia, these incidents are all in a year’s work — or, more technically, in a dozen years’ of work.

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