WHITE MARSH, Md. — An adorable rescue mission happened earlier this week, where Baltimore County Police saved four ducklings who had fallen into a storm drain in White Marsh.
Police were working the desk when an employee at the Giant Food on Honeygo Boulevard told them that four baby ducks were stuck inside a storm drain.
The officers arrived to the scene and immediately hopped into the storm drain, successfully rescuing all four ducklings in the process.
Police shared a video of the rescue on their Twitter page.
— Baltimore County Police Department (@BaltCoPolice) June 21, 2019
This wasn't the first time ducks were in danger in White Marsh. In April, crews from the White Marsh Volunteer Fire Company rescued 12 ducklings stuck in a storm drain at the White Marsh Mall.
Eight more ducklings were saved in Baltimore after the baby ducks had fallen down a storm drain near the Johns Hopkins’ Keswick facility in May.