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Pennsylvania crews rush to rescue goats stranded on bridge


On Wednesday, Pennsylvania Turnpike crews, the Pennsylvania State Police, and the Pennsylvania Department of Transportation sprung into action to save two goats that got themselves into a tight spot — on a bridge beam beam eight inches wide and about 150 to 200 feet above the ground.

Borrowing a crane from the DOT, both goats were rescued and safely returned home.

Officials say the goats had wandered away from a nearby farm and were stranded there for about 18 hours.

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