By Zoe Szathmary
Published: 21:52 BST, 2 May 2014 | Updated: 22:43 BST, 2 May 2014
Massachusetts firefighters came to the save of a smaller than expected horse stuck in a gap on Friday morning.
Chatham Fire Commander Nelson Wirtz said in a press discharge that firefighters were called to a South Chatham home at 6:13am.
Once there, they found a 15-year-old smaller than expected horse – that Wirtz said was stuck in a gap between 3 what’s more, 4 feet deep.
Wirtz said the gap appeared to be related to a septic system.
‘[The hole] showed up to have been the cesspool of an old septic system, the piece divider could be seen on one side of the hole,’ he said.
Firefighters supposedly burrowed a slope to offer assistance the little horse get out. It showed up ‘uninjured yet agitated’ by the incident.