California fire department saves 17 farm animals from mud pit, flood

Farmers in California are facing huge flooding dangers, as are their farm animals.

The San Bernadino County Fire Department tweeted this video of their team rescuing seventeen large farm animals. The horses, cows, and goats were stuck in a huge mud put after record flooding ripped through the farm.

Crews have now cleared a path to the remaining animals with a skid steer and the animals were taken to a shelter for evaluation.

Our thoughts and prayers continue to be with those producers.

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