PITTSBURGH (KDKA) – The Pittsburgh Police rescued 10 baby ducks from the bottom of a storm drain and returned them safely to their mama.
In a video posted on Twitter, a group of ducklings are seen stuck in the bottom of a storm drain.READ MORE: Pennsylvania Lawmaker Chris Sainato Defends $1.8 Million In Taxpayer-Paid Expenses
It’s been said that no two days in policework are ever the same. Some days we chase bad guys, other days we read to kids. Today we… well… just watch the video. 🚔 #duckrescue @PghPolice @PghFireFighters pic.twitter.com/HuItjT1BBn
— Pgh Police Zone 5 (@PghZone5) June 15, 2019
Their mom waddles around nervously, waiting for the Pittsburgh Police to scoop the ducklings back out.READ MORE: Jury Begins Deliberation In Trial Of Sheldon Jeter
— Pittsburgh Fire Fighters (@PghFireFighters) June 15, 2019
In the Tweet, Pittsburgh Police say: “It’s been said that no two days in policework are ever the same.”MORE NEWS: Study Highlights Pennsylvania's Aging And Crumbling Infrastructure
At the end of the video, the mom, with her ducklings in tow, walks away — this time, remembering to stay away from storm drains.