A deer has been rescued after it was once seen status subsequent to a tram line in Edinburgh for three hours with out moving.
The deer was once unresponsive and status dazed at the Gogarburn tram station.
An out-of-service tram was once used to move the animal for a check-up through a vet.
The Scottish SPCA mentioned it was once unharmed and was once launched again into the wild. Officers mentioned it looked as if it would have brief imaginative and prescient issues.
Fiona Thorburn, of the Scottish SPCA, mentioned: “I used to be very involved after I arrived because the deer was once status however utterly blind to my presence and I believed it was once most likely she had suffered head trauma.
“Edinburgh trams had been nice as they allowed us to make use of an out of provider tram in order that I may take her to the closest flora and fauna vet to be looked at.
“After being seen through a vet the deer was once despatched over to our nationwide flora and fauna rescue centre in Fishcross to have a complete check-up and fortunately she was once simplest affected by surprise and has now made a complete restoration.
“We’re happy we had been in a position to assist her out because it should had been relatively a disturbing enjoy.”
Gordon Ratcliffe, accountability supervisor at Edinburgh Trams mentioned: “We’re used to coping with surprising scenarios within the Operations Control Centre however this was once possibly one of the most extra ordinary of scenarios.
“We were happy to assist the Scottish SPCA in getting the deer to a point of safety and are happy to hear she has been given a clean bill of health.”