Pictured: Specialist equipment used to rescue horse involved in Fermanagh road crash
The Fire Service used specialist rescue equipment to help a horse involved in a Fermanagh car crash.
The animal was being transported in a horse box which overturned during the crash on the Derrylin Road in Enniskillen on Wednesday.
A Fire Service spokesman said: "We regularly attend Road Traffic Collisions (RTC) where people are trapped, and we use specialist Extrication equipment to perform rescues.
"Today we had an RTC with a difference, where as well as freeing the driver of a crashed car another trapped casualty was a horse.
"Crews and an officer from Enniskillen, assisted by Omagh Specialist Large Animal Rescue team were able to free the animal after it had been sedated by a local vet.
"The horse was then transported to a local farm where it quickly recovered from its ordeal."
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