WEST FRIENDSHIP, Md. (WJZ) — A Howard County officer rescued an injured bald eagle at a park-and-ride along Route 32 in West Friendship on Monday afternoon.
PFC Charles Toler managed to save the bird by corralling it using only a sweatshirt and cardboard box.READ MORE: SEE IT: Man Bitten By Copperhead Snake On Baltimore County Trail And Gets It All On Video
After the rescue, the bird was taken to a group of volunteers from a raptor and owl rescue who hope to nurse it back to health.
The bald eagle was then delivered to a group of volunteers from a Raptor and Owl Rescue who will hopefully be able to nurse the bird back to health.READ MORE: Fourth Stimulus Check: Will You Get Another Relief Payment?
Thank you PFC Toler for going above and beyond to protect ALL the residents of Howard County.
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