The Northern Ireland Fire and Rescue service had an unusual call out amongst a busy morning caused by Storm Gertrude.
Strong winds had blown a tiny bunny rabbit onto the roof of how owners house.
The rabbit’s hutch was caught in high winds this morning (Friday January 29) and blown up in the air, leaving the poor thing stranded.
A spokesperson for Northern Ireland Fire and Rescue said: “One Fire Appliance from Omagh Fire Station was deployed to the scene of a rabbit blown onto a roof in the area.”
Firefighters used a triple extension ladder, roofing ladder and a water rescue reach pole and managed to rescue the rabbit.
The whole operation took less than 40 minutes from the time they received the call to the time they left the scene.
The rabbit is now safely back with his owner.