Published: 09:00, 01 June 2014 |
Updated: 09:02, 01 June 2014
Firefighters from Strood were called to the Wainscott bypass yesterday afternoon after a horse box toppled over.
It happened just after 1pm between the Higham turn off and the Four Elms roundabout.
Crews were joined by the animal rescue unit.
A Kent Fire and Rescue spokesman said: "The horse box was on its side and the horse was obviously quite panicked. It had its legs in the air.
"The fire crews worked on getting inside it first and we went inside and managed to calm the horse down.
"Because of the state of panic the horse was in, there was talks of possibly putting the horse down but we weren't having any of that.
"Once the horse was calm, we dismantled the trailer, allowing the vet access to sedate the animal before it was transferred to a second horse box."
It is believed the horse suffered minor cuts.
The driver of the vehicle was unharmed.
Every morning at 10am we play you an hour of tunes from the 90s. We call it, #WeLoveThe90s.
Play 'Say It' with Garry and Laura on kmfm Breakfast and you could win £1,000!
Wake up to kmfm Breakfast with Garry and Laura - it's Kent's alarm call.
A guide for your future. For year 11 students in Kent and Medway. Click here for the e-edition.
Education, Training & Childcare is a special supplement published by KM Media Group four times a year. Click here for latest e-edition.
This is a brand new online resource covering every aspect of owning and improving a home in Kent and Medway.
Get the latest food and drink news, recipes from some of the nation's top chefs plus updates from Kent's vineyards and breweries.
Search in your local area to find your perfect partner in Kent, with FreshStart Dating! PLUS, register for free!.
Neil Miller, Hever Castle head gardener is new gardening blogger.
Buy pictures that you've seen in a KM newspaper, or send in a picture and we will place it on our photo sales website so that you can purchase a super, unique gift.