20 rescuers save horse stuck in bog

A woman called 911 in desperation after her horse Teddy, a 20-plus-year-old Tennessee walker, strayed out of his pasture and into a nearby spruce bog, where he sank to his hips in the muck. The St. Louis County Rescue Squad happened to be gathered for a monthly meeting and rushed to help.
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A woman called 911 in desperation after her horse Teddy, a 20-plus-year-old Tennessee walker, strayed out of his pasture and into a nearby spruce bog, where he sank to his hips in the muck. The St. Louis County Rescue Squad happened to be gathered for a monthly meeting and rushed to help.

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