Firefighters were able to free it using tools.
Cat on a hot tin roof? More like raccoon in a tiny tin can.
Florida firefighters gently freed the poor masked bandit that got caught in a tight situation.
The Pasco County firefighters said they spotted the creature struggling behind the New Port Richey station.
They captured the raccoon and gently cut the animal to safety using tools and heavy gloves.
The raccoon was later released back into the wild.