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Firefighters rescue seagull trapped in Hastings satellite dish
8:41am Wednesday 10th July 2013 in News
A seagull was rescued by firefighters after becoming trapped in a satellite dish.
Fire crews from Bohemia Road, Hastings, used an aerial ladder platform to free the bird which had become trapped in a satellite dish on a home in Alexandra Road, Hastings, at 8.30pm last night.
The bird was released following a 30 minute operation and left in the care of a RSPCA officer.
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