Firefighters rescue two seagulls trapped in netting

Dorset Echo: Firefighters rescue two seagulls trapped in netting Firefighters rescue two seagulls trapped in netting

FIREFIGHTERS helped to rescue two seagulls caught in netting.

Just before 1.30pm today firefighters from Dorchester were called to the Santander building in Dorchester.

They were requested to help the RSPCA to rescue two seagulls that had got trapped in netting on the roof.

The fire crews used a triple extension and roof ladder to gain access to the rear of the building.

Crews then worked from the flat roof at the rear of the property to cut away the netting.

Using special RSPCA net firefighters managed to rescue both seagulls.

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5:35pm Sat 5 Jul 14

iampuzzled says...

I hope that the RSPCA will pay ALL the costs of rescuing these aerial rats.
I hope that the RSPCA will pay ALL the costs of rescuing these aerial rats. iampuzzled
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10:29pm Sat 5 Jul 14

Dorset Boy says...

iampuzzled wrote:
I hope that the RSPCA will pay ALL the costs of rescuing these aerial rats.
A lead injection would have been cheaper
[quote][p][bold]iampuzzled[/bold] wrote: I hope that the RSPCA will pay ALL the costs of rescuing these aerial rats.[/p][/quote]A lead injection would have been cheaper Dorset Boy
  • Score: 1

12:47am Sun 6 Jul 14

common cence says...

YOU FORGOT THE HEROES BIT,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,
YOU FORGOT THE HEROES BIT,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, common cence
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12:54am Sun 6 Jul 14

qwertypoop says...

i hope iampuzzled and dorsetboy never need the help of the emergency services cos tbh i wouldnt want my taxes wasted on such a pair of heartless muppets
i hope iampuzzled and dorsetboy never need the help of the emergency services cos tbh i wouldnt want my taxes wasted on such a pair of heartless muppets qwertypoop
  • Score: -1
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