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OffbeatFirefighters Play YouTube Video of Duck Sounds to Rescue Trapped Babies

18:05  22 june  2019
18:05  22 june  2019 Source:   insideedition.com

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Quick-thinking firefighters in Centennial, Colorado, used the audio from a YouTube video to help coax baby ducks out of a storm drain. Eight little

Playing Quick-Thinking Colorado Firefighters Use YouTube Video To Rescue Baby Ducks . When firefighters in Littleton, Colo. were called to rescue four frightened ducklings trapped in a storm drain “Did you play duck sounds ?” one of the squad members asks.

Firefighters Play YouTube Video of Duck Sounds to Rescue Trapped Babies © Provided by CBS Interactive Inc. Colorado firefighters had to get creative when they wanted to rescue eight ducklings trapped in a storm drain.

Colorado firefighters had to get creative when they wanted to rescue eight ducklings trapped in a storm drain.

They lifted up the storm drain and were able to scoop up four little ones relatively easily. But the other ducklings became frightened and crawled into a drainpipe.

Since their mom was too far away for them to hear her, firefighters had to think fast.

They played a YouTube video of a mama duck calling for her babies instead.

And it worked! Check out the video below to see.

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