Wild horse rescue: Bystander pulls foal from edge of Alberta cliff

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Wildlife enthusiasts ending up capturing much escapade than they bargained for connected camera Sunday, erstwhile a foal sewage precariously adjacent to a cliff adjacent Sundre, Alta.

Debbie McGauran and her grandson drove to nan area adjacent Mountain Aire Lodge, westbound of Sundre, which is astir 120 kilometres northwest of Calgary, connected Sunday afternoon.

They were hoping to photograph immoderate chaotic horses. The upwind was unpredictable — it was pouring rains astatine times, McGuaran told Global News.

Sometime betwixt 2 p.m. and 3 p.m., her grandson spotted a mare and a very caller foal stuck connected a steep hillside. The foal stumbled and sewage tangled successful immoderate branches, rolling dangerously adjacent to nan separator of a steep cliff.

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Several different group were successful nan area taking photos of nan chaotic horses.

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A bystander, a man named Dustin, scrambled up nan hillside and was capable to cautiously attack nan stuck foal.

In a video provided by McGauran, nan man is seen waiting for nan mare to retreat earlier pulling nan babe equine distant from nan cliff separator and helping it get backmost connected its feet.

He past retreats and nan mare returns, slow guiding nan foal astir nan elevation and down to flatter ground, wherever respective different horses were waiting.

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