WHITE MARSH, Md. (WJZ) — A Baltimore County Police officer gave a helping hand to a mother duck and her ducklings earlier this month.
Officer Kemp was on Campbell Boulevard when he noticed that traffic had come to a stand still.READ MORE: Fear And Frustration: 18 People Shot In Baltimore Last Weekend, Including Two Fells Point Shootings
That was when he stepped out of his vehicle and saw a mother duck and her ducklings in the middle of a road.READ MORE: Maryland Gas Tax Set To Increase, Some Legislators Call For Another Tax Holiday
Officer Kemp helped direct the ducks to the side of the road and lifted up the ducklings who couldn’t hop up the curb.MORE NEWS: Persons Of Interest Sought In Fells Point Shooting, Police Say
All of the ducklings were reunited with their mother and traffic was able to resume.
A #Baltimore County Police officer had his hands full earlier this month when traffic came to a standstill along a busy roadway (Campbell Boulevard) in our White Marsh precinct. Let’s just say this video might quack you up. #BCoPD #CommunityPolicing #Maryland #Ducks pic.twitter.com/6WTHZEd2Ok
— Baltimore County Police Department (@BaltCoPolice) May 15, 2021