SUMMIT COUNTY, Colo. (CBS4) – Summit County firefighters came to the rescue of a moose in Keystone. They say they had some help from Colorado Parks and Wildlife officers Saturday night.

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The moose fell five feet into a home’s window well. Wildlife officers had to tranquilize the young bull in order to put a harness on him.

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They then used a pulley system to pull the estimated 800-1,000 pound animal out.

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The moose was then given another drug to wake him up.

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No one was hurt, human or moose. And officials say no windows were broken.

Heavy snow is pushing moose closer to shoveled driveways and roads in the area. Over the weekend a pair of moose were spotted on the groomed runs at Breckenridge Ski Resort.

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