Vancouver firefighters helped with a very cute —and potentially very smelly— rescue over the weekend.
A baby skunk was stuck in a dumpster drainage hole and firefighters from Vancouver Fire Rescue Hall 7 responded to the call.
The team used rescue tools & completed rescue without critter injury or the need for tomato juice!
— Fire Chief Darrell Reid (@FireChiefReid) October 15, 2018
Luckily, the little guy did not raise a stink and no gas masks or tomato juice were needed.
“The team used rescue tools and completed rescue without critter injury or the need for tomato juice,” said Fire Chief Darrell Reid on Twitter. “As you can see, our little friend looked relieved!”