South Metro Firefighter Rescues Fawn, Baby Falcon And Cat In One Day – CBS Denver

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(CBS4) – A fire fighter on probation at South Metro Fire Rescue had a busy day Saturday – with three separate animal rescues.

“It’s not lions, tigers, and bears, but that fire department trial day was to save a cat, baby [falcon], and baby deer, ”officials tweeted.

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South Metro shared a video of firefighters rescuing and releasing a fawn from a rain drain.

It’s not lions, tigers, and bears, but this fire department trial day was to rescue a cat, baby hawk, and baby deer. All healthy again with their families. #tierrettung

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– South Metro Fire Rescue (@SouthMetroPIO) June 20, 2021

They also posted photos of a firefighter holding a baby hawk that has fallen from its nest.

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(Credit: South Metro Fire)

“The cat declined pictures,” tweeted officials. “Everyone is safe back with their families.”