The Arlington County Hearth Division lately swung into motion to free a chicken that acquired its head wedged within the siding of a residential constructing in Virginia’s Ballston space.
Sharing footage and particulars of the rescue operation on Twitter, the fireplace division requested netizens for his or her assist in figuring out the chicken’s species.
“The chicken is now secure, however is there any thought of the species? We’re considering Grackle,” the division wrote on Twitter.
Photos present a firefighter utilizing a ladder to climb on high of the roof to rescue the chicken. It was later launched again into the wild.
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OK @ArlingtonVA, we might use your assist. We simply rescued this chicken from the roof of a multi-story constructing in Ballston after it’s head acquired caught in siding. The chicken is now secure, however is there any thought of the species? We’re considering Grackle. 🤔 @AWLAArlington pic.twitter.com/qzLs7tjzP7
— Arlington Hearth & EMS (@ArlingtonVaFD) March 11, 2021
We’re so grateful to Fairfax County Hearth and Rescue Division and Arlington County Hearth Division for saving this trapped starling yesterday! pic.twitter.com/ekNEL6kKrV
— AWLArlington, VA (@AWLAArlington) March 12, 2021
The chicken was later recognized by animal management as a Starling. Many who got here throughout the posts lauded the fire-fighters for his or her well timed intervention.