Cow Found Stuck In A Tree After Hurricane Ida Floodwaters Subside

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Hurricane Ida has destroyed homes, businesses, and one person was even attacked by an alligator. Now, Lousiana officials have discovered a full-grown cow stuck in a tree after flood waters subsided.

Footage showed two men from St. Bernard Parish, Louisiana working with a chainsaw to clear branches to get the animal down.

They found it wedged in between two branches about seven feet off the ground.

The video cuts off before we see them finish the rescue, but officials said the cow was not injured. It was let down from the tree and was able to walk on its own.

Rescue teams are still out there in the aftermath of the swamped Louisiana coastal cities scanning for people or animals that may be in bad situations.

In many places, the electrical power grid is down and the only way of access is by boats, helicopters, or high water trucks. It’s been four days since Hurricane Ida and rescue teams are still out there looking for people.

New Orleans has revamped its levee system and that protected it from the catastrophic flooding but the surrounding neighborhoods were not so well protected and still remain flooded.

Hurricane Ida produced 150mph winds and was said to be one of the most powerful hurricanes to ever hit the mainland of the United States.

Watch Footage Of Cow Stuck In Tree Below

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