Denver area West Metro Fire Rescue spent Saturday training for ice rescues. That training was used Sunday to rescue a deer who was stranded in a lake after falling through the ice.

West Metro fire Rescue posted on their Facebook page that they were training on Saturday to prepare for the approximately 20 calls they receive each winter requesting rescue of humans and animals.

On Sunday, the crew responded to a call of a deer who had fallen through the ice at Main Lake in Lakewood.

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