Calf rescued after it fell into 50 feet deep well in northern India
A calf was rescued by fire service officials after it had fallen into a 50 feet deep well in northern India’s Uttar Pradesh.
This happened in Haathnasa village in Rae Bareli district on January 2.
Visuals showed the rescue operation wherein the calf was pulled out of the deep well. Rescuing the calf seemed a bit tough at first, given the fact that it was sitting inside the well and seemingly not willingly to be picked up and pulled out.
But the fire service officials and the villagers, who had tied ropes around the bovine’s body, managed to pull it out eventually with a lot of effort. The calf was pulled out and it walked off after being rescued. This rescue operation was conducted by officials of the Lalganj fire fighting unit.