Westfield Fire Dept. rescue horse trapped in ice


At 7:12 p.m. March 12 the Westfield Fire Dept. responded to a call that a horse had fallen through the ice on a pond at 2109 E. Ind. 38. Crews arrived to find a horse submerged to its upper neck and surrounded by ice. Using chain saws to cut through and move the ice, crews were able to create a path for the horse. The horse was able to walk out of the pond and into a barn with assistance. A local veterinarian was called to treat the horse.

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