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One appliance and crew from Gerrards Cross attended.

A puppy had become trapped between a fence and a wall.

The firefighters used hydraulic rescue gear to release the puppy, uninjured, who was passed into the care of the owner.

One appliance and crew from Gerrards Cross attended.

The firefighters used small gear to release a magpie that had become trapped in a fireplace.

One appliance and crew from Newport Pagnell attended.

A bird had become trapped behind the grating of a balcony.

The firefighters used a short extension ladder to release the bird, uninjured.

One appliance and crew from High Wycombe attended.

The firefighters released a puppy, uninjured, who had become stuck between a radiator pipe and the wall.

One appliance and crew from Gerrards Cross and the rescue boat and crew from Beaconsfield attended, along with an officer.

A cygnet had become trapped in wire mesh approximately 10 metres from the bank.

The firefighters used swift water rescue trained staff and a rescue sled to release the cygnet, which swam off to meet other swans. The incident was left in the hands of an RSPCA inspector.

One appliance and crew from High Wycombe attended.

The firefighters used spreading equipment to release a muntjac deer which had become trapped in a metal fence.

The deer was released and ran into shrubbery.

One appliance and crew from Gerrards Cross and the rescue boat and crew from Beaconsfield attended, along with an officer.

Three cygnets were stuck in wire in the water.

The firefighters dressed in water rescue kit used a rescue sled to release the cygnets.

Two appliances and crews from West Ashland attended.

The firefighters used the turntable ladder from West Ashland to rescue a gull, injured, which was hanging from a lamppost over a main road.

The road was temporarily closed while the crews worked at the scene. The gull was handed into the care of a vet.

One appliance and crew from West Ashland attended.

The firefighters removed the housing of a kitchen extractor fan. They located a bird’s nest containing live chicks. After carefully removing the nest containing the chicks, they replaced the extractor housing and notified the RSPCA.