Last week, we showed you a pair of stranded deer who were blown to safety by a helicopter. Now, another rescued-by-helicopter video—this time starring a calf who was stranded on a frozen Oklahoma pond. The harrowing footage, inside.

Fun fact: the helicopter pilot who blew the calf to safety—KWTV's Mason Dunn—had previously rescued a deer in 2007 using the same method, and was called by the calf's owners to help after they remembered the past story.

Here's another, longer version of the rescue, from KWTV's web site:

[BBC]