Officials in Thailand had to work together to save six baby elephants that got stuck in a mud pit. It happened in a national park 100 miles outside of Bangkok. The playful pachyderms wandered into the mud and then couldn't get out on their own. Officials from the Department of National Parks had to create a ramp of sorts to help them climb out. They took pickaxes to the edge of a pond and created a slope for the elephants to walk up. InsideEdition.com's Mara Montalbano has more.