Firefighters, city worker rescue cat from sewer

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TWINSBURG, Ohio (WOIO) - A feral cat was rescued from a storm water system in the Meadowood subdivision Wednesday evening.

Twinsburg firefighters said residents called for help after the cat was making a lot of noise inside the sewer on Sandalwood Drive.

Twinsburg Fire staff, including Lt, Marcus Ketner and fire/medics Matt Hayes, Brent Boyko and...

Twinsburg Fire staff, including Lt, Marcus Ketner and fire/medics Matt Hayes, Brent Boyko and Derrick Kulcsar((Source: Twinsburg fire))

Firefighters used hand tools and jaws to remove the grate and then used high-tech cameras to locate the kitty.

Fire/medics Derrick Kulcsar, Brent Boyko and Matt Hayes

Fire/medics Derrick Kulcsar, Brent Boyko and Matt Hayes((Source: Twinsburg fire))

Ed Coschia, Twinsburg Sewer Maintenance Coordinator, used the camera system to nudge the kitty into a fishing net.

Ed Coschia, City of Twinsburg Sewer Maintenance Coordinator

Ed Coschia, City of Twinsburg Sewer Maintenance Coordinator((Source: Twinsburg fire))

The cat has now been taken to a no kill shelter in Akron.

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