Lady caught up tree making an attempt to catch escaped parrot needed to be recued by fireplace crews

A mum, from Trowbridge, has informed how her sister went up a tree to attempt to catch her escaped parrot however grew to become caught and wanted three fireplace crews to return and rescue her

A woman had to be rescued by three fire crews after being stuck up a tree
Leanne Jones together with her parrot Missy

A girl wanted a group of fire fighters to return to her rescue after she grew to become caught up a tree making an attempt to catch an escaped parrot.

Leanne Jones, 32, informed how her sister grew to become stranded and was rescued by the hearth service who have been unable to seize the bird.

She had employed a cherry picker herself earlier than going up in a bid to attempt to save the parrot.

Detailing the incident Leanne stated she was consuming lunch together with her child macaw Missy final Friday when it flew away right into a tree.

She stayed exterior with the hen all night time ready for her to return down however as a substitute within the morning it flew into one other tree.

Leanne Jones stated she was having lunch when the hen escaped



Her sister Toni-Anne, 33, tried to scale the tree in Trowbridge, however acquired caught.

Leanne stated: “My sister is a bit like Houdini, and I used to be like, ‘uh do you assume you possibly can attempt to stand up this tree?

“It was so windy – she was like, ‘I am caught!'”

Dorset and Wiltshire Fire and Rescue acquired a name at 9:51am and despatched rescue crews from Trowbridge and Chippenham.

They referred to as for one fireplace engine from Warminster and Devizes geared up with a 12m ladder so they might attain Toni-Anne and assist her down.

Her sister then went up the tree however grew to become caught



Sadly, the crews weren’t in a position to retrieve the hen – so foster carer Leanne paid £100 to rent a cherry picker and go up herself.

She stated: “I am completely fearful of heights, however I did not need to danger her flying off. She did not budge, she let me choose her up and and was kissing throughout my face. She was freezing chilly and really hungry however she was high-quality.”

Leanne, a mum of 4, had simply acquired Missy who was solely 23 weeks previous.

She stated: “She hadn’t flown earlier than and so it was utterly my fault. I used to be sat within the backyard having lunch together with her and she or he was simply sat on the desk with me, pinching little bit of lunch off my nephew’s plate.

“She was simply consuming blueberries and bananas and she or he was flapping her wings as parrots do, after which she simply took off.”

Leanne continued: “I used to be making an attempt to name her down she had a great deal of seagulls flying round, I feel she was like ‘oh my gosh, what is going on on?’

Leanne Jones’ daughter Emily aged 11, with their household pet parrot Missy


Leanne Jones / SWNS)

“She could not work out the way to swoop down so went in a circle, she was bullied a bit by seagulls and went over my home by my backyard.

“By the point I would acquired around the again I did not know the place she was.”

Ultimately they discovered the blue and yellow hen in Trowbridge Lodge Park in a tree in a backyard and after spending the night time ready for the hen to return down she then flew to a different tree.

This was when Toni-Anne thought she might give it a strive, however sadly acquired caught and needed to be rescued by Dorset and Wiltshire Hearth and Rescue.

The fireplace crews weren’t in a position to rescue the hen, and the RSPB could not assist till after 24 hours, however Leanne did not need to wait a second longer and employed a cherry picker for £100.

Frightened of heights, Leanne then made her approach up the tree the place Missy allowed her to choose her up and take her to security.

She stated: “I used to be shaking like a leaf getting down!

“It truly is superb, so many individuals out searching for Missy, so many individuals have been providing to assist and turning up with poles. Do not assume a child parrot cannot fly!”

An announcement from Dorset and Wiltshire Hearth and Rescue stated: “We in fact perceive the emotional attachments to pets of any species, however please take this incident as a reminder of the hazard posed by making an attempt to rescue with none specialist help.”

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