In Tuscon Arizona, fire and rescue were out proving that for them, saving someone’s hide is all the same whether it’s covered in clothes or feathers.
An adult Cooper’s hawk was reportedly trapped in fishing line in Christopher Columbus Park.
The Tuscon Fire Department unit called Ladder 4 was deployed to the scene and was able to safely get a black sack over the hawk before lowering it down to a waiting raptor handler.
“Crews were able to get the bird to ground level and free the hawk 👏 Humans, pets, animals, we take care of them all at #TFD,” said the department on social media.
HAWK SAVE 🦅 Ladder 4 was recently dispatched to Christopher Columbus Park, where citizen reported a Coopers Hawk that was caught in some fishing line 🎣 Crews were able to get the bird to ground level and free the hawk 👏 Humans, pets, animals, we take care of them all at #TFD pic.twitter.com/qBRIKiJfhX
— Tucson Fire Department (@TucsonFireDept) November 7, 2023
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