GREELEY, Colo. - Colorado firefighters came to the rescue of a cow that got its leg stuck in a cattle guard, United Press International reported.
The Greeley Fire Department said firefighters responded to a mutual aid call from the Weld County Sheriff's Office on July 18 when the cow became stuck.
Firefighters along with animal control officers, deputies and workers from a nearby oil field worked together to lift the cow and free it from the metal grid, according to UPI.
"The cow did not have any broken legs and will make a full recovery," the Sheriff's Office said in a Facebook post.
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