Firefighters had to save two cows after they got trapped in a slurry pit on a farm in Cornwall.
Teams were called to the emergency on Saturday morning after the animals got stuck in the 4m (13ft) deep pit.
Several fire engines rushed to the scene at Burlawn, near Wadebridge in Cornwall, at 7.35am, and crews had to use specialist equipment, including inflatable rescue paths, to help rescue the cows.
A specialist line rescue unit from Bodmin Community Fire Station and a specialist water rescue unit from St Austell Community Fire Station were among those sent to the scene, alongside water rescue appliances from St Austell Community Fire Station.
As well as the inflatable paths, crews used line rescue systems and agricultural machinery from the farm to pull the cows free.
Recounting the incident on Facebook, Bodmin Community Fire Station wrote: "Yesterday 3 appliances from Bodmin, Wadebridge Community Fire Station, water rescue appliances from St Austell Community Fire Station and 2 wholetime officers were mobilised to 2 cows which were stuck in 4 metre deep slurry.
"Utilising specialist equipment from Bodmin and St Austell along with a tele-handler from the farm with were able to safely remove the cows and reunite them with their herd."