Emergency services rescue horse which was loose on the A47

PUBLISHED: 07:50 04 March 2018 | UPDATED: 07:50 04 March 2018

Picture: Archant library.

Picture: Archant library.


A horse which had got loose and was on the A47 has been rescued.

Police and firefighters were called to rescue the horse from the carriageway near to North Tuddenham at just before 3am.

Fire crews from Dereham, Earlham and Norfolk Fire and Rescue Service’s animal rescue team went to the scene, along with Breckland police.

Staff from Hillside Animal Sanctuary at Frettenham also went to help and the animal is now in their care.

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