Cat trapped in engine compartment – fire department frees animal
Luck in the misfortune had had in East Frisia a cat.
Photo: Hauke-Christian Dittrich / dpa (Symbol)
East Frisia. In the district Osnabruck there was a heavy truck accident. In a bicycle store in Lingen a violent fire broke out in the night.
With loud meowing, a cat in the East Frisian municipality Sudbrookmerland in the district of Aurich to her predicament in the engine compartment of a parked car. The owner of the Cat heard the meowing after she sat in her car and started the engine, according to the fire department. Shortly thereafter, she discovered the four-legged friend then in the engine compartment of her car and alerted the fire department.
According to the Rescue forces was the fur of the animal caught by the starting engine. One of the firefighters, a trained master mechanic, removed parts of the engine compartment to make room for the animal. Another firefighter finally freed the frightened cat from its situation with a "spirited push," according to the district firefighters’ association. The cat then fled into the house of its owner and hid in the Bedroom. An alarmed veterinarian then took care of the cat. To what extent the animal was injured, the fire department could not say.
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Cat in car hit by starting engine – fire department frees animal
With loud meowing, a cat in the East Frisian community of Sudbrookmerland in the district of Aurich was alerted to its predicament in the engine compartment of a parked car. The owner of the Cat Heard meowing after she sat in her car and started the engine, according to fire officials. Shortly thereafter she discovered the quadruped then in the Engine compartment of her car and alerted the fire department.
According to the Rescue workers The animal’s fur had been caught by the starting engine. One of the firefighters, a trained motor vehicle mechanic, removed parts of the engine compartment to make room for the animal. Another firefighter finally freed the frightened cat from its situation with a "spirited push," according to the county firefighters’ association. The cat then fled to the house of its owner and hid in the Bedroom. An alarmed veterinary surgeon took care then of the cat. To what extent the animal was injured, the fire department could not say.
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