Good News: Horse Rescued From California Wildfire
December 6, 2017 10:51am CST
With terrible fires raging in Southern California there was one piece of good news reported among the current destruction happening in the state. Dave Kemp was one of the rescuers of a horse injured when the animal fell and was trapped during the Creek fire in Northern Los Angeles. According to Kemp, the horse must of been spooked by the fire and ran off, falling down a hill 25 feet, and getting wedged behind a shed garage upside down with its hoofs in the air. Upon seeing the TV footage at 5am, Kemp raced to the scene to offer his assistance. Fox 11 Reporter Gina Silva had already alerted the authorities by twitter, they arrived on the scene; extracted, tranquilized, secured, and loaded the horse into a van to get treatment. Thankfully, we have Good Samaritans like Dave Kemp and animal rescuers who risk their own safety to rush to help animals in danger. Source- Los Angeles Times/Irfan Khan & Fox News/Gina Silva Photo- Fox 11 News Los Angeles
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