WASHINGTON — A Loudoun County horse had quite a morning on Tuesday after it wandered into a neighbor’s yard, walked onto the pool cover and ended up in the pool.
The Loudoun County Sheriff’s office says it got a public service call for help around 8:20 a.m. and sent crews to Jeb Stuart Road where the horse was stuck.
They were able to cut a path in the cover and lead the horse to safety, a news release states.
(Courtesy Loudoun County Sheriff’s office)
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