Woman, child, horses and goats rescued from South Carolina family farm


Emergency crews in South Carolina worked to rescue a woman, a child, as well as several horses and goats from a flooded farm in York County Friday afternoon.

According to WBTV, the rescue operation began at around 10 a.m. and took about 40 minutes in total. Boats and other equipment were used to help those who were stranded.

It took the combined effort The York County Sheriff’s Office Dive Team, Animal Care & Control, Carolina Dive and Rescue and firefighters to make the rescue possible.

There were no injuries and you can see more photos here.