Fire respondents can be amazing people. Whether you are a police personnel that has rushed to the scene in order to rescue a baby form, or a fireman that is trying to save a small kitten from the brink of death, it is obvious that any life, big or small is definitely well worth saving.
So, when a homeowner glanced out of their window to see that the stuck in the backyard fence, they placed a frantic call to the Rome Police Department.
Aaron Page and Alex Sypniewski, patrolmen on duty stepped into the picture. They saw that the doe’s shoulders were pushed into the iron fence; however, its rear was not small enough to go through the gap.
The officers took out a car jack and attempted to pry open the two posts forcibly where the doe was stuck, but it wasn’t working. It seemed that there was no other way to help the poor animal.
So, that’s when Officer Page called up the Rome fire department to ask for assistance by bringing the Jaws Of Life.
Well, the Jaws of life was able to pry open the posts which were trapping the animal. Once set free, the doe happily bounded off, no doubt thankful to the kind humans.
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