A family of ducks were led to safety after the babies were fished out of a sewer grate on East Chestnut Street in Rome, Sunday morning.
SNAPSHOT: Rome police rescue family of ducks
REUNITED FAMILY — Rome Police Officer Anthony A. Calandra escorts a family of ducks to safety after the babies were fished out of a sewer grate on East Chestnut Street Sunday morning. Authorities said the mother duck was happy to have her babies back.
(Photo courtesy Rome Police)
BABY DUCKS SAVED — A family of baby ducks was rescued out of a sewer grate on East Chestnut Street in Rome Sunday morning, with Rome rescue personnel climbing into the sewer to help get the ducklings. The babies fell in just east of Black River Boulevard, and a passerby spotted the mother duck sitting near the grate and squawking, authorities said. The Rome Police and Fire departments responded to rescue the babies.
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