Firefighters rescue deer that had become trapped in Derbyshire – carrying it back towards the countryside

A deer was rescued by firefighters this morning after finding itself trapped in Derbyshire.

Firefighters from Alfreton Community Fire Station were called today (Monday, May 13) to rescue a deer that had become trapped.

A station spokesperson said: “Early call for Alfreton Blue Watch, after a roe buck deer caught his rear legs in railings.

“Blue Watch were able to release the legs and carry him to a footpath, leading to the countryside and back to his nearest and deer-est!”

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