Volunteers rescue dogs and calves from Turkey flood (VIDEO)

Local rafters went through flood waters to rescue stranded animals in the northern Turkish province of Duzce on Tuesday. Heavy rainfall caused flooding in several villages in northern Turkey.

Birol Tepe, the trainer of the Turkish national rafting team, started a voluntary operation with his teammates to rescue the stranded animals. The Rafting Search and Rescue rescued six animals, including dogs and calves.

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