Cow Rescued From Garfield County Canyon
BRYCE CANYON CITY, Utah – Search and rescue teams helped save a cow that was stuck in a canyon near Bryce Canyon National Park.
Garfield County Sheriff Danny Perkins said Tuesday that crews “went above and beyond their call of duty” when they received the call.
The county rope and rescue team was dispatched to the narrow canyon near Bryce Canyon City, according to Sheriff Danny Perkins.
This little guy found his self in a predicament near Bryce Canyon city pic.twitter.com/DreS1a8M82
— Danny Perkins (@sheriffdperkins) July 28, 2020
Search and rescue personnel descended into the canyon and hooked the calf up to a lift, which hoisted the animal up and out of the canyon.
“The calf is healthy and getting together with its mom,” county officials said.
Officials did not say how the calf got into the canyon, and no injuries were reported during the rescue.
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