Irish firefighters rescue stranded ducklings and bring them to new home
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Irish firefighters rescue stranded ducklings and bring them to new home

FIREFIGHTERS in Ireland did their bit to make the world a better place after they came across a group of ducklings in Limerick.

The sitting ducks were found inside a cardboard box with their mum in a yard in Limerick city.

Thankfully local firefighters were at hand and did a quacking job of getting the family back to safer ground.

In a puntastic Facebook post after the rescue, the Limerick City Fire Brigade said they were “delighted to be able to help out this nest generation of feathered friends today.”

Limerick City Fire & Rescue

We were delighted to be able to help out this nest generation of feathered friends today ? They'd become trapped in a yard that just didn't fit the bill, near Mallow St. In one fowl swoop, without...

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The firefighters explained that the little ducklings became trapped in a yard near Mallow St that “just didn’t fit the bill.”

They added: “In one fowl swoop, without ruffling too many feathers, we brought them to an eggceptional new home - hopefully it's all it’s quacked up to be.

“We're glad all went swimmingly, they're avian a great time & we Donald we could to help them out!”

The rescue team also posted a video of the ducklings happily jumping into their new home.

Check it out below…

Limerick City Fire & Rescue

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