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Firefighters rescue horse from ravine in Los Angeles

Firefighters tend to a horse after it was hoisted from a ravine.

Firefighters tend to a horse after it was hoisted from a ravine.  (Los Angeles County Fire Department via AP)

Los Angeles County firefighters used a hoist to rescue a horse that fell from a trail into a ravine above Sylmar.

Officials said the rescue operation near Little Tujunga Canyon Road took about three hours Saturday afternoon.

KABC-TV said the horse was hoisted to safety and found to be uninjured.

No humans were hurt.

Personnel from the city fire department and Angeles National Forest assisted in the operation.