Firefighters in Santa Maria put their "all-risk" training to use Sunday when they responded to a unique distress call.
Animal control and firefighters were called to the 300 block of W. Williams St. to help a cat that had become stuck in a storm drain, the fire department wrote on Twitter.
The crew was able to pull the cat to safety and the feline is said to be doing fine.
In a change from our normal types of responses, the crew from Engine 3, in coordination with animal control, rescued a cat stuck in a storm drain on the 300 block of W Williams. The cat is doing fine and the crew was happy to help! pic.twitter.com/7cT52WF9Tj— Santa Maria Fire (@SMFDHQ) December 16, 2019