Seagull stuck in netting on roof rescued by Bath firefighters

netting Redden Custom NettingA seagull that became stuck in netting on the roof of a Bath building has an eagle-eyed person and firefighters to thank for saving it.

The bird was spotted entangled and on top of a building in the city on Friday (June 17).

After being alerted to the incident, Avon Fire and Rescue Service sent its pluckiest firefighters to climb up a turntable ladder and reach the seagull before freeing it.

A spokeswoman for the fire service said: “We were called out at 16.09pm on Friday to reports of a seagull that was caught in netting on the roof of a building in Bath.

“Crews used a turntable ladder and released the seagull. It was then handed over to a local vet.”


About Redden Custom Netting

In 1958, John Redden started Redden Net Co. Ltd to supply commercial fishing gear to the fishing communities of the Pacific Northwest. Now, more than fifty years later, we have an in-house net loft staffed by professional, experienced net builders – and our executive team has more than 100 combined years of experience in every facet of industrial netting. So no matter what industry you’re in, if you need a net, we can build it.

Over the last fifty years, our technology, applications, and materials have become more complex, but our business philosophy remains simple. Treat employees and customers – right.  We do. And we’ll do it for you.

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