NEW YORK (AP) — It wasn’t an ordinary police call for someone trying to duck a subway fare.
New York City officers found themselves chasing down a duck that strayed onto the tracks at a Brooklyn subway station Friday morning.READ MORE: 85-Year-Old Woman Killed In Edgewater, Police Searching For Person Of Interest
Police arrived at the Jefferson Street station on the L line around 9 a.m. to find the duck down in the tracks.
Officers Frantz Chauvet and Anastasiya Mishchenko and detectives Kevin Conway and Michael Black worked to rescue it.United States Reopening Plans: Here's What Travelers Need To Know
The bird hopped out and waddled off down a snowy path.
Chief Joseph Fox quipped that the “apprehension went swimmingly.”Shooting In Towson Under Investigation, Police Say
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