CASTRO VALLEY (CBS SF) — A Clydesdale horse named Daniel was reunited Saturday with firefighters that rescued him and his coach from a ravine in Castro Valley final summer time, in response to Alameda County hearth officers.
Throughout a night journey on June 15, the two,200-pound equine by accident stepped off a single-monitor path and misplaced his stability sending him and his coach, Leah Feliz, down a steep ravine.
Hearth officers stated Daniel was initially trapped within the timber, with Leah being caught on the rocks under. Each have been critically injured.
In a press release from East Bay Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals, President Allison Lindquist stated Leah was shortly rescued and brought to a hospital for remedy, whereas firefighters labored for over 5 hours to securely take away Daniel from the tree.
After a second rescue, Daniel was ultimately taken to the College of California at Davis Giant Animal Veterinary Hospital for evaluation and remedy.
Daniel and Leah met with their rescuers Saturday at Rancho De Los Amigos Ranch situated at 12350 Cull Canyon Rd., the place Daniel calls house.
Hearth officers stated each he and Leah are doing nicely.