A stranded llama was rescued from heavy floodwaters in Maryland, officials said Sunday. (Howard County Department of Fire and Emergency Rescue Services)
A stranded llama was rescued from heavy floodwaters west of Baltimore, officials said Sunday.
The Howard County Department of Fire and Emergency Rescue Services tweeted Sunday afternoon: “After crews spent hours last night assisting car drivers out of the water, @HCDFRS assisted the owner of this llama with bringing him to safety after his pasture was flooded overnight by the Patuxent River in Mink Hollow #SpecialOps”
Authorities said the rescuers put a rope around the llama’s harness and walked it to dry land from the high waters.
“The whole pasture had filled up with water from the flooding overnight,” the department’s spokeswoman Denise Weist told The Baltimore Sun. “It was deep enough that there was no way it was going to cross.”
INSURANCE CLAIMS FROM CALIFORNIA FIRES HIT STAGGERING SUM
Fox 5 DC reported that the llama was returned to its owner.
Click for more from Fox 5 DC.
Source: Read Full Article