Mother and her ducklings rescued by Waterloo Regional Police
Ducklings in the back of Waterloo Regional Police cruiser. (Courtesy: WRPS)
Published Saturday, May 13, 2017 1:22PM EDT
Waterloo Regional Police responded to an unusual call on Friday morning.
A mother duck and her 11 ducklings were trying to cross the Conestoga Parkway near Homer Watson Boulevard.
It took about 30 minutes for officers to round up the family and put them into the back of a cruiser.
The mother and her ducklings were then dropped off at a nearby pond.
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