Pet turtle rescued after fall from NSW Central Coast balcony

A pet turtle has been rescued after it fell off a balcony on the NSW Central Coast. Fire and Rescue NSW (FRNSW) crews were called to Coral Street at The Entrance just before 12.30pm today. A young boy was desperate to retrieve his pet turtle which had fallen to a balcony below in the apartment block. READ MORE: Almost 500 COVID-19 cases were told they tested negative in Sydney "The turtle had remained trapped there for two days as the occupants were not contactable," FRNSW said. Firefighters used a ladder to access the first-floor unit and retrieve the "shell-shocked turtle". READ MORE: Cars turned away before COVID-19 testing clinics open in NSW The turtle was not injured in the fall. Fire crews returned the turtle to its very grateful owner.

A pet turtle has been rescued after it fell off a balcony on the NSW Central Coast.

Fire and Rescue NSW (FRNSW) crews were called to Coral Street at The Entrance just before 12.30pm today.

A young boy was desperate to retrieve his pet turtle which had fallen to a balcony below in the apartment block.

READ MORE: Almost 500 COVID-19 cases were told they tested negative in Sydney

Pet turtle rescued after falling from NSW Central Coast balcony.

"The turtle had remained trapped there for two days as the occupants were not contactable," FRNSW said.

Firefighters used a ladder to access the first-floor unit and retrieve the "shell-shocked turtle".

READ MORE: Cars turned away before COVID-19 testing clinics open in NSW

The turtle was not injured in the fall.

Fire crews returned the turtle to its very grateful owner.

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