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A calf has been rescued from trees after falling down a slope next to its field in Thrimby, Penrith.
A calf has been rescued by Cumbria's fire brigade after falling down an embankment and getting caught in trees.
The calf was a Pedigree dairy shorthorn, called Sparkle. She recovering after her four hour ordeal.
Fire crews in Cumbria were called to free a cow that had got stuck in trees after falling from a cliff above.
The 300 kg animal was unharmed after her 4 hour ordeal in Thrimby near Penrith on Tuesday 28th August.
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Fire fighters in Cumbria spent four hours rescuing a cow which was trapped after falling thirty feet down a steep embankment.