Fire crews rescue horse stuck in muddy ditch
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Emergency services were called to Bramfield, near Halesworth, to rescue a horse stuck in a ditch.
Fire crews were alerted at 8.18am this morning to the incident in Edwards Lane where a horse was reported to be on its side stuck in mud.
Three crews - one from Halesworth and two from Lowestoft South - were sent to the scene, including a unimog to provide lifting equipment.
A vet was also called to sedate the horse at the scene.
Specialist equipment was used to help with the rescue and the horse was removed from the ditch by 10.19am.
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It was left in the care of the vet and its owner.
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