Fire crews rescue cow in Great Cornard after it got stuck in the River Stour
Fire crews spent more than 16 hours trying to rescue a cow after it got stuck in a weir on the River Stour.
Suffolk Fire & Rescue were called to Bakers Court in Great Cornard at 7.48pm last night after the cow was spotted on a ledge in the river.
After difficulty rescuing the animal, the crews returned to the river this morning to divulge a plan to save it.
Crews were seen using canoes along the river to reach it before it was finally removed.
A spokesperson for the fire service said: "The difficulty is it is between blocks of water in the river.
"It [the rescue] was resumed at first light this morning."
A vet also attended the scene.