Request from the RSPCA to assist them in the rescue of a bird which was trapped in netting in Mariners Court, Dawlish.
1 fire appliance from Teignmouth was mobilised to the incident.
On arrival crews requested the assistance of the aerial ladder platform, this was sent on from Torquay.
Crews released one seagull from the netting of a 3 storey building using the aerial ladder platform and small tools. Duty of care was left with the RSPCA.
What a waste of money
RSPCA will be out with the begging bowl next.
Am I allowed to say tossers?
P.S. Suppose a fireman got injured or killed over a bloody seagull.
To whom it may concern GET A LIFE.
Since nobody seems to care about the seagull involved in this rescue may I
tell you that its bowel movements are in fine working order.
Well done to the RSPCA.
Will the person or RSPCA who made the call be getting the bill. If not I want a refund on my coucil tax because Im not paying out to save flying rats that should be culled anyway. I would have shot it for a fraction of the cost
Another report for those wanting to know how the seagull (victim)is doing especially
the RSPCA who seem to have lost interest.
Well the little fella has taken to the wing and is cr---ping merrily over my car.