SEE IT: Community comes together to help rescue horse stuck in mud

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(Video courtesy Key Peninsula Firefighters)

LAKEBAY, Wash. -- With the help of neighbors and local firefighters, a horse that was stuck in the mud has been rescued.

Key Peninsula firefighters were called Wednesday afternoon to the 2700 block of Key Peninsula Highway South.

They used a harness to try to help the horse out.

After about two hours, the horse made its way out of the mud safely.

Watch video of the moment the horse made it out above.

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