Pennsylvania Police rescued six ducklings that were trapped in storm drains over the weekend. Photos shared on Facebook showed the police officers crawling into several grates.On June 17, at around 9 a.m., the Southeastern Pennsylvania Police responded to a report that ducklings were trapped in a storm drain near Greenbriar Court and Crimson Leaf Drive. Upon arriving at the location, the officers were, fortunately, able to find the ducklings.
According to Wehner, the Southeastern Pennsylvania Police then immediately opened and crawled into several grates to rescue six ducklings. Photos shared on Facebook showed how the police officers were able to return all ducklings to their mother 90 minutes after the rescue.
After the Pennsylvania Police Rescue
An article in 6ABC states that the Southeastern Pennsylvania Police expressed their gratitude toward a citizen who helped by providing a net. Following the rescue, the ducks were seen swimming in a nearby pool before leaving. However, prior to the rescue, the Southeastern Pennsylvania Police stated that they served an arrest warrant to an individual who allegedly cursed at them and resisted arrest.