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Injured Deer Rescued From Long Pond In Sturbridge

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Just after 11AM on Thursday, January 17th, first responders in Sturbridge were called to Long Pond for reports of a deer trapped on the ice.

With assistance from Sturbridge Animal Control, the rescue teams were able to bring the injured doe back to land after wandering about 800 feet on to the ice.

With the recent snap of cold weather many police and fire departments have recommended people to stay off the ice unless, especially if it is under 2 inches thick.

Take a look at the graph shared by the Millbury Police Department below.

This is about the time when the police department starts getting calls from citizens asking, “Is it safe to ice skate on…

Posted by Millbury Police Department on Tuesday, January 15, 2019

 

Just after 11am, Sturbridge Rescue 1, Car 2, and Squad 1 responded with Sturbridge PD and Animal Control for a reported…

Posted by Sturbridge Fire Department on Thursday, January 17, 2019