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Odisha Fire Department rescued leopard from a well in Sambalpur using a wooden ladder

by Shailee Mishra

Date & Time: Jun 10, 2022 11:00 PM

Read Time: 1 minute



Highlights:

• In Sambalpur's Rairakhol district, a leopard was rescued from a well
• Forest officials used an unusual technique to save the leopard
• The rescue operation's video has gone viral on social media

Officials from the Odisha Fire Department rescued a leopard that had fallen into a well near Hindol ghat in the Sambalpur district. "The Forest Department informed us about it. We went to that location and used a wooden ladder to rescue the leopard "Mishra Kishan, a fire officer, said The Leopard appears to be safe at this time, but it will take some time for him to recover from his near-death experience.

Odisha's CMO applauds the rescue team's efforts

To ensure the safety of people in the area, the well's perimeter was netted and only one side was left open for the leopard to enter the forest. According to an Odisha TV report, villagers who saw the leopard inside the well alerted officials. According to Odisha TV, the rescue was successful and the animal did not attack anyone.

Furthermore, Chief Minister of Odisha Naveen Patnaik praised the rescue team's efforts in a video shared on social media. "We applaud @OdishaFS HGs CD personnel and @ForestDeptt officials for successfully rescuing a leopard from a deep well in Rairakhol, #Sambalpur district." Appreciation for the quick action that resulted in the leopard's safe rescue."

Netizens applaud the 'excellent work'

Internet users praised the officials for saving the leopard after the video went viral. The video has received a lot of positive feedback, including likes and retweets. Many users have expressed their opinions in response to the viral news "WE SERVE TO SAVE is the motto of the Fire Department. Thank you to the entire team ", as one user put it. "Rescue efforts appreciated," wrote the second user. "The rescue team did a commendable job," said the third user.

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