Firefighters, police officers rescue cow stuck in water-filled hole

Cow charges at rescuers in Port St. Lucie

PORT ST. LUCIE, Fla. – Firefighters and police officers rescued a cow that was stuck in a water-filled hole Wednesday in Port St. Lucie.

The St. Lucie County Fire District received a call from police for assistance with a cow that was stuck in an 8-foot drainage hole.

It took two police officers, five firefighters and the help of several 2-foot-by-4-foot wooden planks to free the cow, who was lying on her side.

Once free, the cow stood on all four legs and gave her rescuers a little "thank you" charge.

"Watch out. Watch out. Watch out," one of the firefighters can be heard yelling to his colleagues in a video posted on the St. Lucie County Fire District's Facebook page.

It wasn't known how the cow got stuck in the hole.

Posted by St. Lucie County Fire District on Wednesday, May 24, 2017

Approximately 7:00 PM PSLPD requested assistance from the fire district to remove a cow that was lodged in an 8 foot...

Posted by St. Lucie County Fire District on Wednesday, May 24, 2017