Distressed calf rescued from 30-feet well in Okara after an hour of efforts

OKARA: A distressed calf was pulled out safely from a 30-feet well here in a village on the city’s outskirts after an hour of efforts, the rescue team said on Wednesday.

Members of the rescue team, which fought tooth and nail for a strenuous hour, said they had received a call from the Chak No 4L/9 village of Okara, whereupon they rushed to the scene and commenced their operation.

After the successful save, owners of the poor animal expressed their gratitude to the rescue team for their commendable efforts.

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