Oh deer! Corby firefighters called out after two animals find themselves in a tight spot
The brigade was called to Elizabeth Street and the Exeter estate yesterday
Corby firefighters were called out twice yesterday morning (Thursday, May 29) after two hapless deer found themselves trapped in fences.
A crew was called to Elizabeth Street in Corby at about 7.20am when a muntjac deer had become stuck in a gate. The deer was released by the firefighters from Corby Fire Station, using hydraulic spreaders.
In a separate incident just before noon yesterday, crews were called to Burghley Drive where a deer was stuck in a metal fence. No action was taken by the fire service as the animal became free without assistance.
We've no i-deer how they got stuck..