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San Ramon Valley Fire rescues calf from storm drain

San Ramon Valley Fire personnel successfully removed a calf trapped in a storm drain on Labor Day afternoon. The calf was stuck inside of an 18-inch-diameter pipe approximately 125 feet from the entrance.

"Firefighters performed a 'confined space rescue' using special equipment/techniques to send a firefighter into the small pipe. It was 100 degrees during the rescue and fortunately the calf and its mother were successfully reunited. #CowReMOOOOVED," SRVFPD officials said on social media sharing photos and videos of the rescue effort.

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San Ramon Valley Fire rescues calf from storm drain

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Uploaded: Thu, Sep 9, 2021, 6:01 pm

San Ramon Valley Fire personnel successfully removed a calf trapped in a storm drain on Labor Day afternoon. The calf was stuck inside of an 18-inch-diameter pipe approximately 125 feet from the entrance.

"Firefighters performed a 'confined space rescue' using special equipment/techniques to send a firefighter into the small pipe. It was 100 degrees during the rescue and fortunately the calf and its mother were successfully reunited. #CowReMOOOOVED," SRVFPD officials said on social media sharing photos and videos of the rescue effort.

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