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BALTIMORE (WJZ) — A pair of bald eagles entangled in a fence were rescued by Howard County Animal Control Officers Thursday.

ACO Carlson and ACO Bendl were able to “safely untangle and release the birds without harm to either the animals or the officers,” according to the county’s animal control and adoption center.

It happened around 12:30 p.m. in Clarksville, in a field in the 12100 block of Clarksville Pike.

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  1. Truly an act of kindness and concern for those who are wounded and in need of human help. I’m delighted the American Eagles can soar again.

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