Summer had fallen down a four-foot window well and landed in the basement, which was not constructed with a walk-out door.
“We thought of bringing her up the basement stairs,” Heap said. “But the stairs didn’t look safe enough to support her weight.”
A veterinarian sedated Summer, who sustained minor cuts and injuries in the fall, and a coring company was contacted to cut into the foundation of the home. The initial plan was to expose an area around a second window well, remove a portion of the foundation and create enough space to bring the horse out of the basement, Heap said.
When the crew had removed enough material around the window, Summer walked out on her own. Link -via Arbroath
(Image credit: Elbert County Sheriff's Office)