Two teenagers who rescued animals from a blazing barn are returning to the farm this morning.
Matthew Chisholm and Tyler Scarr, both 17-years-old, were approaching the barn at Plumpton near Penrith and initially thought they were seeing fireworks. They soon realised it was a barn on fire and went to help.
While Tyler raised the alarm with the farmer, Matthew went into the barn to save the bulls which were living inside.
Matthew was burnt on the face but both managed to save nine bulls. Shortly after the teenagers left the barn the ceiling collapsed.
The cause of the fire is believed to be an electrical fault.
Today Matthew, from Kirkby Thore, and Tyler, who works in Kirkby Stephen, are returning to the farm to see the farmer they helped.
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