It took a number of villagers and a rescue crane to take out a trapped elephant that fell into a 20-foot deep well.
In a report that was published by SWNS, the elephant fell into a 20-foot well in Jalpaiguri City, in West Bengal, India.
The villagers and the army officials saw the elephant trapped in the well.
The well is located near a Panagar army camp in Jalpaiguri.
The army officials at the Panagar Army Camp formed a rescue team and brought in a crane to free the helpless animal.
The rescuers and the army officials used a crane to slowly hoist the huge animal out of the hole and onto a truck.
According to the New York Post, the Burdwan Forest Department sent out a team and the crane for the trapped animal.
After the rescuers brought the elephant out, the animal was released into the wild.