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Sioux Falls officer rescues 6 ducklings from storm drain

SIOUX FALLS (AP) -- A Sioux Falls police officer climbed into a storm drain to rescue six ducklings. A passer-by flagged down the officer late Tuesday. The Argus Leader reports that the ducklings had fallen through holes in the storm drain lid. W...

SIOUX FALLS (AP) - A Sioux Falls police officer climbed into a storm drain to rescue six ducklings.

A passer-by flagged down the officer late Tuesday. The Argus Leader reports that the ducklings had fallen through holes in the storm drain lid.

With the mother duck nearby, the officer removed the lid, lowered himself into the drain and handed up the ducklings to people who had gathered to help.

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