Fairfax County Fire and Rescue rescues little bird to health
Fairfax County, Virginia — Editor’s Note: This video is from April 2022 and explains how to protect wildlife and “wildlife neighbors.”
Recent Fairfax County Fire Rescue flied We took action to treat a little bird who was suffering from a medical emergency.
According to a tweet on Friday morning, Station 24 in Woodlawn found a ‘fly in’ patient suffering. The station then took action. bored Timing, and treated winged patients.
A small green bird was fed liquid to restore its health.
“Our feathered friend is rejuvenated,” said Fire and Rescue. “Successful treatment and release.”
Lt. David Bender says the denial form was procured before the bird took off for its next destination.
Recently, Station 24, Woodlawn, A Shift found a “fly-in” patient suffering from a medical emergency. 24-A jumps out and treats the patient. Our feathered friends are in good spirits! Successful treatment and release. Lt. Bender claims the refusal letter was obtained before the bird took off. #FCFRD pic.twitter.com/ysQg1G3czd
— Fairfax County Fire Department (@ffxfirerescue) August 19, 2022