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Firefighters rescue cat stuck in fence
NEW YORK (WABC) -- Firefighters from Ladder 138 saved a stray cat stuck in a fence in Corona, Queens.
Firefighters were flagged on the street by a Good Samaritan who saw the cat stuck in the barbed wire of a fence at 43rd Avenue and National Street.
The firefighters were on scene in 11 seconds.
They were able to rescue the cat, which is now doing fine.
The cat is recovering and in the care of the ASPCA.
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