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One appliance and crew from Aylesbury attended.

A cat was believed to have been stuck in the wall cavity, of a two-storey house, for more than 24 hours.

The firefighters used small gear and a thermal imaging camera to try to locate the cat through the soil stack panelling of a first-floor bathroom.

The firefighters located and rescued the cat, uninjured, in the loft space of the house. They provided advice to the homeowner, and used:

  • Small tools
  • A thermal imaging camera
  • Lighting

One appliance and crew from Aylesbury attended.

A cat had become stuck in the wire hole of a TV cabinet.

The firefighters used small gear to release the cat, uninjured.

They also provided advice to the occupants.

One appliance and crew from Broughton, one from Newport Pagnell, one from West Ashland and one from Aylesbury attended, along with an officer and the large animal rescue unit from Aylesbury.

A large horse had become stuck on its side in a drainage ditch containing water.

A vet attended and the horse was sedated.

The firefighters used animal rescue skills and equipment, along with farming machinery, to release the horse from the ditch.

The horse was passed into the care of its owner and the vet.

One appliance and crew from Beaconsfield attended.

A small deer had become trapped in a fence.

The firefighters used hydraulic spreaders to release the deer back into the woodland.

 

Two appliances and crews from West Ashland attended.

A magpie had become stuck in a tree that was surrounded by deep water.

The firefighters used:

  • Hose inflation kit
  • Working at height equipment
  • Throw lines
  • Life jackets

They released the bird, injured, ready to be transported to a veterinary surgery.

One appliance and crew from Amersham attended.

An injured deer had become stuck in a metal fence.

The firefighters used cutting gear to release the deer which was passed into the care of Tiggywinkles wildlife hospital.

One appliance and crew from West Ashland attended.

The RSPCA asked firefighter to help rescue a cat which had become stuck on the roof of a house.

The firefighters used:

  • A 10.5m ladder
  • A reach pole
  • One hose reel jet

The cat was rescued and passed into the care of its owner.

One appliance and crew from Amersham, one from Watlington, one from Kidlington, one from Gerrards Cross, along with an officer attended.

A horsebox had become unstable with a horse inside, only three wheels were on the ground.

The firefighters used :

  • Chocks
  • Wedges
  • A turfer Winch
  • Airbags

They stabilised the horse box, releasing the horse uninjured and into the care of its owner.

 

One appliance and crew from Broughton attended.

They were called to a deer which had become stuck in a garden gate.

The firefighters used spreaders to release the deer from the gate and run off to its natural habitat.