This video from France is called Wild boar (Sus scrofa).
Translated from Blik op Nieuws in the Netherlands:
Rescued by firefighters from water, boar yet slain
It must have given mixed feelings to firefighters who managed to rescue wild boar from the water in Weert this Sunday morning at eight. A gamekeeper shot all the boar when they were on dry land.
Around 08:20 on Sunday the Weert fire brigade came out for initially 5 wild boar in the water. Once on the spot there turned out to be no less than eight wild boar.
The fire brigade, with the support of two boats, drove the animals to the wildlife staircase at the lock. Here people could get the animals out of the water safely. Some wild boars were already removed from the water. The firefighters also managed to get the other boar, threatened by drowning, on land.
Despite the efforts of the firefighters, the animals were then shot by a gamekeeper of the Forestry Department. This has everything to do with a zero tolerance policy of the government with respect to the living and residential areas of wild boar.
These living and residential areas are limited to the Hoge Veluwe and Meinweg area in Central Limburg. If wild boars are outside these areas, for any cause whatsoever, they must unfortunately be shot, according to the guidelines of the government.
Party for the Animals
The Party for the Animals this Sunday has asked parliamentary questions about the shooting of these wild boar. “Do you agree that animals in need of help should be experiencing other conditions than to be killed?” is one of the nine questions.
According to Limburg provincial authorities, even though the boar were outside of their ‘legal’ territories, the gamekeeper still acted illegally, as he shot the boar on a Sunday. See also here. And here.