A horse named Summer got herself into a into spot of bother when she stumbled through an open window - and into her owners' basement. It took rescue teams four hours to get the mare out of the house, according to media reports. Sheriff Shayne Heap believed that the deeper-than-average window well was obscured by tall weeds. "She took everything out on the way through," commented Heap. When rescuers arrived the horse was standing in the basement. "It was a little scraped up and excited from the incident," explained Cory Stark, director of emergency management for Elbert County. Rescuers could not get her to walk up the stairs, and although the window well she dropped into was larger than normal, it was too small to navigate. They sedated the horse, then decided to excavate dirt from around the window well to provide a route to safety. ON