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  • Baby ducks rescued in downtown Wichita

    After eight ducklings were reported in a storm drain in the 700 block of East Waterman on Saturday morning (June 18, 2016), a crew from the city's Public Works department, on their day off, came to the rescue. They reunited the babies with their worried mother. (Video by Travis Heying and Julie Mah/The Wichita Eagle)

After eight ducklings were reported in a storm drain in the 700 block of East Waterman on Saturday morning (June 18, 2016), a crew from the city's Public Works department, on their day off, came to the rescue. They reunited the babies with their worried mother. (Video by Travis Heying and Julie Mah/The Wichita Eagle) theying@wichitaeagle.com
After eight ducklings were reported in a storm drain in the 700 block of East Waterman on Saturday morning (June 18, 2016), a crew from the city's Public Works department, on their day off, came to the rescue. They reunited the babies with their worried mother. (Video by Travis Heying and Julie Mah/The Wichita Eagle) theying@wichitaeagle.com

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