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BEDFORD, Ohio–  Police spent part of their day Sunday getting a mother reunited with her offspring.

The officers were called to Broadway Avenue at about 11 a.m. Sunday after a  woman noticed a mother duck in distress.

Sunny Tabler saw the mother duck and one duckling walking around the sewer drain. Tabler called police for help. The officers soon learned that 10 ducklings were inside the sewer.

Sgt. Dennis Bergansky, Animal Warden Al Benda and Detective Sgt. Rick Suts answered the call, and immediately started trying to rescue the ducks.

Sgt. Bergansky told FOX 8 News, even though he and the other rescue crews went in the manhole, they could not get them out because the ducks ran 30 ft down a pipe. The rescue crews had to lure them out 1 and 2 at a time by recording the mother quacking at them with their phones and playing it back in the manhole.

 

READ MORE: Fox8.com

Article Courtesy of WJW Fox 8 News Cleveland

Picture Courtesy of Grapegeek and Getty Images

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