Jun 1, 2015 2:54 PM
CLAREMONT – Thanks to the actions of two women, 13 ducklings were saved from a storm drain on Sunday.
When Sarah Barrette and Monica Landry first passed a mother duck and three ducklings huddled around on Washington Street they felt something was wrong, according to a post on e-Ticker News of Claremont's Facebook page.
The women turned back and when they approached again, only the mother duck and one duckling were still there.
The women walked up to the storm drain and heard peeping from the bottom and called the Police Department.
Animal Control Officer Cathy Sullivan and Claremont Police Officer Jereme Burdick responded to the scene and pulled all 13 ducklings from the storm drain.
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