WATCH: Video captures heroic horse-rescue in San Juan Capistrano

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By KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

It's all in a day's work for the Orange County Fire crew, who jumped into action Monday to rescue a fallen horse. 

Lola's rider told KABC things were fine until the 8-year-old mare bucked her, forcing her to jump off. That's when the horse slipped and fell down a 60-foot ravine at Caspers Regional Park in San Juan Capistrano. 

Video captured the moment the Orange County Fire Authority technical rescue team put its resources to good use and hoisted Lola to safety. 

#OCFA technical rescue team members and helicopter were able to save Lola an 8 year old horse after she fell approximately 60 feet down a ravine in Caspers Park in the Rancho Mission Viejo unincorporated area. Lola was reunited with her owner after being rescued by helicopter! pic.twitter.com/I7ywIacI6O

— OCFA PIO (@OCFA_PIO) September 22, 2020

As the terrain is too rocky, Lola was unable be walked out.

After a veterinarian sedated her, she was reunited with her owner.

Both Lola and her rider were uninjured.