RAPID CITY, S.D. - A mule deer, who got stuck in a drainage culvert, was freed thanks to a South Dakota fire crew.
First responders in Rapid City freed the animal on September 26.
They posted video on Facebook showing crews coaxing the fawn into their arms with a blanket and carrying it to drier land.
"The mama deer was watching from nearby, and they were reunited," the department wrote on Facebook. "You could say it was a fawn-tastic rescue!" they said in the post.
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