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Adorable Rescue: Baltimore County Police save ducklings in White Marsh

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Posted at 3:14 PM, Jun 21, 2019
and last updated 2019-06-21 15:24:23-04

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.

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.

READ MORE: Volunteer firefighter rescues 12 ducklings from a storm drain in White Marsh

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.

READ MORE: Baby ducklings saved from sewer near Johns Hopkins