Video: Anoka County deputy gives CPR to fawn rescued from water

This happened Tuesday in Oak Grove.
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The Anoka County Sheriff's Office released body camera footage showing a deputy giving CPR and oxygen to a rescued fawn.

The incident happened Tuesday in Oak Grove, when the sheriff's office received a call about two fawns found submerged in wetland. On the scene, first responders attempted life-saving efforts, including using an oxygen mask and CPR techniques to try to save the fawns.

Here's the video released by the sheriff's office Thursday:

Andover and Oak Grove firefighters also responded, posting their own photos of the incident on Facebook:

MPR's Tim Nelson spoke with Oak Grove Fire Chief Curt Hallerman who offered more details about the incident.

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