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Death of horse sheds light on first responder jurisdiction discrepancy
Williamson Valley resident euthanizes horse after it fell

In this undated photo, Dee Spitler, Dusty Spitler’s husband, rides Barbie, the family’s foster horse that fell into a utility trench on their property in Williamson Valley on Wednesday, Nov. 11, 2020. After hours of trying to extract the 1,000-pound horse from the trench and trying to reach emergency services for help with no success, Dusty made the decision to euthanize Barbie. (Dusty Spitler/Courtesy)

In this undated photo, Dee Spitler, Dusty Spitler’s husband, rides Barbie, the family’s foster horse that fell into a utility trench on their property in Williamson Valley on Wednesday, Nov. 11, 2020. After hours of trying to extract the 1,000-pound horse from the trench and trying to reach emergency services for help with no success, Dusty made the decision to euthanize Barbie. (Dusty Spitler/Courtesy)

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