A group of people struggle to save a camel trapped in quicksand near Ras al-Khaimah in the United Arab Emirates. But this hard work of the people done together was successful in saving the life of the camel. the national According to reports, the camel trapped in the wet sand was first seen by Ian Murphy and Christine Wilson, who were on their way to a dog park. Wilson shot a video of the rescue and shared it on Instagram, saying that he saw the victim animal near the road.
In the video, the couple can be seen pulling the camel out of the pit. In no time, a group of local people can also be seen joining the effort to save the camel.
Internet users have praised the rescue workers for helping the camel. One user said, “Love your courage to help and really do.” Another wrote, “Absolutely unbelievable just like all of you. You guys are legends!” The third wrote, “Hero level achieved.”
Speaking to The National, Murphy said he saw a camel’s head stuck to the ground on the side of the road. “We didn’t know what had happened before, but it was clear that the poor animal was in great trouble,” he said.
Murphy revealed that there was no camel track nearby and that the animal seemed to have been trapped there for some time. He told the media outlet that the camel was trapped in the place.
Luckily, Murphy and Wilson had a shovel in the boot of their car. He understood immediately, after which a group of local people joined him and helped him in the excavation.
The couple said the camel’s front two legs were tied together, making it unable to move, making rescue efforts more difficult. Murphy said, “It was a little difficult because the camel was trying, but was not able to fully use its front legs.” However, he further added that around 15 people were involved to help the camel out.
Speaking to The National, Murphy also revealed that the owner of the camel also joined them to save the animal, after which the camel came out. “He tried hard enough to stand up for a few minutes,” he said. Murphy said the camel owners were very grateful and thanked the couple for their efforts.
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