Fawn freed from fence by wildlife officials in Durango

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(Photo: Steve Lewis/Durango Herald )

(Photo: Steve Lewis/Durango Herald )

DURANGO, Colo. — Colorado Parks and Wildlife officials had to free a fawn that was stuck in a fence at the Smiley Building on Saturday afternoon, the Durango Herald reported.

Wildlife authorities had to drench the fawn in water to get it out.

Passersby Lindsay Stonecash and Marti Bauer saw the stuck fawn and called 911 after a they couldn’t free it.

Wildlife officials Matt Thorpe and Stephanie Schuler were able to free the fawn after a half-hour struggle, the newspaper reported.

The fawn appeared uninjured and was reunited with its mother, officials said.