to get free from trouble or trap?

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mega21

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The context is as follows:
The lion is in trouble. The mouse comes to help. The lion gets free.
My question is: Should not the last sentence be " the lion is set free". Are they both correct in this context?
My guess: I guess both are correct but I'm not sure that's why I'm asking!
 
  • mega21

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    I saw it somewhere in the internet and I think he/she is not native speaker.
    I also can add to my earlier post that "The lion is rescued" is better than both.
    Can Anyone confirm, please?
     
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