Anger Management Group Leads Rescue Of Baby Ducklings From Storm Drain
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DUCT DRAMA PLAYS OUT RIGHT IN FRONT OF OUR CAMERAS AS FIVE DUCKLINGS FALL DOWN A WEST SACRAMENTO DRAIN. AT FIRST, IT DIDN’T LOOK TOO GOOD. THE BABY DUCKS WERE DEEP IN THE DRAIN. THAT’S WHEN A LOCAL GROUP JUMPS INTO ACTION. A MOTHER DUCK QUACKS AS ITS BABIES ARE CORNERED, STUCK IN A STORM DRAINED. THERE RUFFLED FEATHERS SEARCHING FOR RELIEF AS HUMANS WENT TO WORK. WE JUST HAVE TO GET A PRYBAR AND BEEN THIS BACK. Reporter: A SMALL ARMY WHICH SHOW UP AND A GROUP HOLDING A MEETING. THEY FELT A SUDDEN SPIRITUAL CONNECTION. I SAW THE MOTHER DUCK OUT HERE RUNNING AROUND. I TOOK A PICTURE OF HER EARLIER. A PUSH AND A PULL FROM A 2 X 4 LIFTED THE GREAT. A PEEK INSIDE THE DARKNESS PRODUCE NO SIGNS OF THE FUR BALLS IN FEAR. SOMEONE DID HELP THEM. THE FIRST SWOOP PRODUCE A NET GAIN OF THREE LANE — OF THREE DUCKLINGS. AFTER A FEW MINUTES, THE RESCUE IS COMPLETED. A FOOTNOTE TO THIS DUCT DRAMA, THE REASON THIS GROUP WAS HERE IN THE FIRST PLACE? WE WERE ATTENDING ANGER MANAGEMENT. WE WERE TRYING TO DO THE RIGHT THING. MISSION ACCOMPLISHED. IF THE OPPOSITE OF ANGER IS A GENTLE SOUL, THIS GROUP GOT UP PASSING GRADE WITH FLYING COLORS. I WAS TRYING TO GET THEM OUT OF THERE AND DO WHAT WE COULD DO BUT THIS FAMILY BACK TOGETHER. MISSION ACCOMPLISHED.

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