SAN JUAN CAPISTRANO, Calif. (KABC) -- A horse was rescued after it fell 60 feet down a ravine at Caspers Regional Park in San Juan Capistrano Monday.
Video captured the 8-year-old horse, Lola, getting hoisted to safety by a helicopter.
The rider says she jumped off after the horse began to buck. The horse then fell about 60 feet down a ravine.
Due to tough terrain, the horse couldn't be walked out.
After a veterinarian sedated her, an Orange County Fire Authority technical rescue team used its helicopter to hoist the horse to a safe location and reunite her with her owner.
The owner was not injured.
Horse rescued after falling 60 feet down ravine in San Juan Capistrano - Video
Video captured the moment a horse was hoisted up into the air and rescued after it fell about 60 feet down a ravine in San Juan Capistrano.
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