A coyote in Maple Ridge, B.C. needed a helping hand to escape a tricky situation. \nOn Tuesday, August 4, BC Conservation Officer Service announced that they found a coyote with its head stuck in a glass jar. They've posted a video depicting how they freed the B.C. coyote. \n\n\nEditor's Choice: Here's A Look Inside The Mind-Blowing 'Mountain House' Being Built On An Island In BC\n\n\nCO's in #MapleRidge freed a coyote that had a glass jar stuck on its head. CO's tranquilized the animal, removed the jar & poured water over its body to cool it down. The coyote recovered in the shade (with a water dish beside it). CO's stayed until it began to regain mobility. pic.twitter.com/sHT993zBcT— BC CO Service (@_BCCOS) August 5, 2020\n\nThe officer first tranquillized the animal before removing the jar. Then they poured water all over the coyote's body to help it cool down. \nThe coyote recovered in a safe, cool spot as officers remained on the scene. They were there till the pup regained mobility.\nThe conservation service told the public in the same post that they should wash out their jars properly before placing them outside for collection.