A horse was rescued from a river bank by fire crews near Spalding over Easter weekend.
Fire crews from Long Sutton, Spalding and Grantham were called to Langary Gate Road in Gedney Hill on Saturday, April 20.
The river bank at Gedney Hill was just a little too steep for Ziggy the horse to get herself out.
Crews used animal strops and a quick release bar to get Ziggy out to safety.
A farmer also assisted with a teleporter (agricultural fork lift equipment) to help lift the horse from the drain.
Some pics of our horse rescue over the #EasterWeekend2019… The bank was just a little too steep for Ziggy to get herself out so we used strops and the quick release bar to get her out… Great piece of kit! #NotJustFires #AnimalRescue@LincsFireRescue pic.twitter.com/nsWlwWJjlL
— Spalding FireStation (@SpaldingFire) April 22, 2019