Cattle Stranded by Abbotsford Floods Rescued by Locals

Dozens of cattle that were left stranded by flooding in Abbottsford, British Columbia, were rescued by locals in boats and on jet skis on November 16.

This footage uploaded by Ryan Gemser, shows a group of people leading the cattle out of a flooded field.

According to local authorities, more than 180 of the animals were rescued from floodwaters in Abbottsford as of November 17.

The City of Abbottsford issued evacuation orders for all residents in the affected areas on Tuesday.

Evacuation orders were rescinded on Wednesday for parts of Sumas Prairie as water levels abated. Credit: Ryan Gemser via Storyful

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