A calf had to be rescued in the early hours of this morning after getting stuck in a canal.
Firefighters from Hyndburn were called to the Leeds-Liverpool Canal in Clayton-le-Moors after the calf got stuck in mud.
They set up lighting units and used ropes and a harness to rescue the calf, which was unharmed.
The incident happened at around 3.45am on Friday, August 28.
A Hyndburn fire station spokesman said they were alerted by a dog walker and were at the scene for 45 minutes.