It may be April, but in Colorado, some streams and rivers remain partially frozen and that means life-threatening conditions for any animal.
Over the weekend the Evergreen Fire Department received a call from a woman who saw a deer fall through the ice.
An ice-rescue crew was immediately dispatched and were able to break the ice to form a path for the deer to get back to shore.
The department posted a video of the rescue on it’s Twitter and Facebook pages.
The deer was able cold and wet but otherwise seemed ok.
The rescue crew did have to help it out of the water before it eventually ran off.
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