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Donkey rescued from well in Underwood

Amos, a donkey living on Warren Gundberg's farm outside of Underwood, Minnesota, wandered through a hole in the fence Thursday, and soon found himslef sitting on his behind at the bottom of an abandoned well. The volunteer fire department arrived on the scene a little before noon, and rescued the animal by digging him out of the well with a skid-steer loader. Gundberg said, "I gave hima a nice, warm bubble bath when I got him home, and I chewed him out for leaving."
The Associtated Press article can be found here on the Pioneer Press's website, and a longer, more detailed piece can be found here on the Star Tribune's website.