A community clubbed together to save hundreds of fish from a contaminated lake - by housing them in their bathtubs and paddling pools .
Dozens of villagers battled to save the fish after 5,000 of them were discovered dead in toxic waters on Tuesday.
'Farm silage' caused fish deaths at Madeley pool.
Agricultural silage polluted a village pool in Staffordshire killing an estimated 100 to 200 fish, the Environment Agency (EA) has said.
The fish were found dead in Madeley, near Newcastle-under-Lyme, on Tuesday morning sparking a large rescue operation of surviving fish.
Tom Thornett, from the agency, said silage must have got in from a stream.
An investigation would look at whether anyone was "culpable" or there was reckless behaviour, he added.