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5 ducklings rescued from Brampton sewer

NEWS STAFF | posted Wednesday, Jun 7th, 2017

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Five ducklings are recovering at a Brampton veterinary clinic after their mother was struck and killed by a car on June 7, 2017. CITYNEWS/Bertram Dandy
Five ducklings are recovering at a Brampton veterinary clinic after they were pulled from a sewer early on Wednesday morning.

It’s a sad story: they ended up in the sewer after their mother was hit by a car.

Brampton firefighters were called to Bovaird Drive and Worthington Avenue, west of Chinguacousy Road, around 1:20 a.m.

The mother duck was dead, but firefighters were able to rescue the ducks and bring them to the clinic.

A decision will be made later Wednesday about where the ducks will head next.

Related: Windsor police go to great depths to rescue family of ducks

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