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Firefighters Use Their Tiny Oxygen Mask For The First Time To Save A Baby Deer

A large fire that started to spread on the Hatfield Moors near Doncaster, England, required the cooperation of three separate fire stations.

A young newborn deer that was clearly injured by the flames was discovered by them while they were putting out the fires despite their diligent efforts.

He was hiding out in the bushes, puzzled and befuddled, unsure of what to do. The firefighters transported him to safety very away, but the small deer had taken in a lot of smoke and soon passed out.

The young deer had fallen and appeared to be no longer breathing.

According to Ros Barbour, communications supervisor for the Humberside Fire and Rescue Service, “We introduced animal oxygen masks in 2017. These kits were supplied by the Smokey Paws Charity.”

The firemen assisted this unfortunate animal by putting an oxygen mask over his nose since they saw that he required assistance.

“This was the first time a deer mask has ever been worn by our employees. In the past, it has been used to canines and felines in house fires, Ros continued.

After some time, the little young deer regained consciousness, and everyone there was ecstatic that they had managed to preserve his life.

The deer responded well to the mask, according to Ros.

Once he was able to breathe again, firemen called the RSPCA to alert them to the situation and ask for their assistance in finding the orphaned baby deer.

In order for this little animal to fully heal and be under control, it needed to receive the specific care that it required.

RSPCA inspector Daniel Bradshaw stated, “The fire was tremendous and the responders did a great job bringing this scared little baby to safety and helping him get over his breathing troubles.”

These firemen did a prompt and valiant job.

Without the prompt actions of the firefighters, Daniel said, “I’m sure he would not have survived.”

That evening, Daniel brought the young deer to a local wildlife specialist for any urgent care that might be required.