A cow has been lifted to safety after toppling down a three-metre well!
The one-year-old fell through the cover of the well at a farm in Wiltshire, but luckily the water softened her fall and she stayed upright.
The well had to be drained by fire crews before a vet could reach the troubled animal and calm her down enough to strap her up for her rescue.
She emerged from her ordeal covered in mud, but amazingly, apart from a few cuts and bruises, she wasn't injured.
It was a team effort rescuing the frightened cow from the well.
The rescue was pretty tricky, because fire crews had such a small space to work in and the cow was pretty frightened.
Fire crew manager Adam Martin said: "The crews worked brilliantly with the farmer and vet to achieve a really good outcome."