An elephant calf has been rescued after getting trapped in an uncovered drain in Sri Lanka.
Local residents in the port of Hambantota joined forces with rescue workers and wildlife officials to free the stuck animal.
BBC YouTube video:
The baby elephant was taken for treatment with a suspected broken leg, according to the BBC.
Officials used basic tools like hammers and chisels to free the animal.
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