by Tim Jones
Officials worked to rescue a horse that got stuck in a cement feeding trough in Goshen, New Hampshire, Sunday.
Goshen, Newport and Lempster officials worked together to pull the horse from the trough at 700 Mill Village Road. Twenty fire rescue personnel were on scene.
Using straps and lifting together, officials were able to rescue the horse within 35 minutes of the reported call.
The trough was two feet deep and 30 inches wide. The owner did not know how long the horse was stuck in the trough.
One person on scene was evaluated for an injury.
A veterinarian evaluated and treated minor injuries the horse sustained.