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One appliance and crew from Amersham attended.

A cat had become stuck inside the engine compartment of a car.

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

The car was left undamaged.

One appliance and crew from High Wycombe attended.

The firefighters released a dog which had become trapped down a disused well.

One appliance and crew from Aylesbury attended.

The firefighters used tin snips to release a small dog which had become trapped in a wire fence.

One appliance and crew from West Ashland rescued a hedgehog from a metal grill uninjured using small gear. The hedgehog was left in the care of the member of public.

One appliance and crew from High Wycombe, one from Aylesbury, and the animal rescue unit from Aylesbury attended, along with an officer.

A horse had suffered minor injuries after becoming stuck over a stable door.

The firefighters worked with a vet. The horse was sedated, and the firefighters used small gear to remove the stable door from its hinges.

The horse was released, with no further injuries, and left in the care of its owner.

One appliance and crew from Slough attended.

The firefighters used small gear to release a dog which had become trapped in a drainage tunnel.

One appliance and crew from Bedfordshire attended.

The firefighters used a triple extension ladder and thermal imaging camera to rescue a dog from the roof of a single storey house, before reuniting the dog with its owner.

One appliance and crew from High Wycombe attended.

A cat had become trapped between a shed and a brick wall.

The firefighters used small gear to release the cat, uninjured, which was passed into the care of its owners.

One appliance and crew from High Wycombe attended.

A dog had become locked in a car on the first-floor of a multi-storey car park.

The firefighters used small gear to break the rear window of the car and release the dog, uninjured.