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Photo via Twitter/@NYPD109Pct
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Officers work to save a duckling on Mother's Day.

On Mother’s Day, officers from Flushing‘s 109th Precinct worked to reunite a small feathered friend with its mom.

In events chronicled on the precinct’s Twitter page on May 14, Officers Schintzer, Campanelli and Vlaovich were flagged down by a passerby and told of a small duckling that had fallen into a drain.

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The trio of officers quickly got to work, removing the grate and searching for the baby in the muck.

Successful, the precinct tweeted “All’s well that ends well” with a photo of the mother duck and her babies reunited.

Follow the 109th Precinct on Twitter to keep up with the latest news and crime prevention tips in Flushing, Whitestone and College Point.

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