The Grand Haven Department of Public Safety had a very interesting start to their Friday when they got a rescue call to a drain located at Woodlawn and Ferry.

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On the Grand Haven Department of Public Safety Facebook page, a post was made about two officers rescuing baby ducklings that had fallen into a drain located at Woodlawn and Ferry and couldn't get out.
Credit: Grand Haven Department of Public Safety via Facebook
Credit: Grand Haven Department of Public Safety via Facebook
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Poor little ducklings are probably wondering, "how did we end up here and where is our mom?"

Credit: Grand Haven Department of Public Safety via Facebook
Credit: Grand Haven Department of Public Safety via Facebook
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The officers took off the drain cover to have access to the trapped ducklings

Credit: Grand Haven Department of Public Safety via Facebook
Credit: Grand Haven Department of Public Safety via Facebook
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The officers were able to successfully get the ducklings out of the drain using a big net.

Credit: Grand Haven Department of Public Safety via Facebook
Credit: Grand Haven Department of Public Safety via Facebook
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After all the baby ducklings were rescued they waddled away with their relieved mother.

Credit: Grand Haven Department of Public Safety via Facebook
Credit: Grand Haven Department of Public Safety via Facebook
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Grand Haven Residents' Response To The Ducklings Being Rescued

Amanda Butcher said: "Awe!! I bet that momma was very appreciative."
Jane Caldwell-Scoville said: "No job too big or too small, GHDPS is there to take care of us, including our ducks. Thank you!"
Credit: Grand Haven Department of Public Safety via Facebook
Credit: Grand Haven Department of Public Safety via Facebook
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What Services Do The Grand Haven Department of Public Safety Provide?

The Grand Haven Department of Public Safety provides police services 24 hours a day, seven days a week. The agency responds to approximately 10,000 calls for service each year and participates in numerous special events providing traffic safety and crowd control/security.
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Credit: Grand Haven Department of Public Safety via Facebook
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In addition to responding to police calls, officers are cross-trained as firefighters. As a result, they also respond to medicals and fires, which account for approximately 1,300 additional calls each year.
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Credit: Grand Haven Department of Public Safety via Facebook
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Credit: Grand Haven Department of Public Safety via Facebook
Credit: Grand Haven Department of Public Safety via Facebook
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 As part of training for the Grand Haven Department of Public Safety, they learn how to do winter water rescues. I would lose my breath if I had to hop in that water.
Credit: Grand Haven Department of Public Safety via Facebook
Credit: Grand Haven Department of Public Safety via Facebook
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How To Contact The Grand Haven Department of Public Safety

If you find yourself with some baby ducklings in a drain that need rescued or just need to contact the Grand Haven Department of Public Safety you can do so with the information below.

You can call (616) 842-3460

Website - www.grandhaven.org

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