Emergency workers and an army of helpers cool off Doc, a nearly 2,000-pound horse that became lodged Sunday afternoon in pluff mud on St. Helena Island.
Emergency workers and an army of helpers cool off Doc, a nearly 2,000-pound horse that became lodged Sunday afternoon in pluff mud on St. Helena Island. Danny McAlhany/Special to The Beaufort Gazette
Emergency workers and an army of helpers cool off Doc, a nearly 2,000-pound horse that became lodged Sunday afternoon in pluff mud on St. Helena Island. Danny McAlhany/Special to The Beaufort Gazette

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