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Oregon rescuers dig camel ‘Moses’ out of sinkhole

OREGON CITY, Ore. — It was an unusual call for Oregon firefighters: A 1,500-pound camel, named Moses, needed to be rescued. The call came in Tuesday night in Clackamas County after the Oregon City owners of the camel called firefighters to say that Moses had fallen into a sinkhole 6 to 8 feet deep and was possibly injured. The owners – who have several camels and run a children’s ministry – had tried to get the camel out themselves but failed.

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