"In the archipelago of Åland had a moose went through the thin ice. Thanks to a räddningspådrag with an excavator as the main gears could save the animal, writes DN."
"– It had passed through there on a bridge and lay there exhausted with his head resting on the ice. But it did, " says sjöbevakningsmannen Roland Dahlén to the newspaper."
"It was the staff at the Åland island of kökar's coast guard station who discovered the moose on Sunday. It had gone through the thin ice, and had probably been there in about twenty minutes before it was found by a patrol, write daily News."
"– It had passed through there on a bridge and lay there exhausted with his head resting on the ice, " says Roland Dahlén, older sjöbevakningsman at the There coast guard station to the newspaper."
"A local grävmaskinist made. With the help of the bucket he was able to dig out a path through the ice as the moose could follow. A moment later, the moose on land and looked out to feel good. The entire rescue was captured on film."
" It maybe took an hour and a quarter from that we discovered the till it came up. But then understood the direction in which it would, " says Roland Dahlén."
"You were prepared to kill moose after it, to say the least cold dip – but it was not needed."