LITTLETON, Colo. (CBS4) — Some residents in Littleton had some uninvited guests in their pool over the Memorial Day weekend. A duck and her ducklings went for a swim — but the ducklings couldn’t get out on their own.
Concerned residents called South Metro Fire Rescue and the crew of Engine 15 came to help out.READ MORE: FBI Denver Believes Gabby Petito's Body Has Been Found In Wyoming
The mother duck stood by the edge of the pool as the crew used a board to scoop up the ducklings.
“The ducklings are safe and dry with mom now!” officials with South Metro tweeted.READ MORE: Rollover Crash In Colorado Springs Kills Active Duty Air Force Airman
🦆🆘 A rainy day seems like a weird time to talk about pool safety… but ducklings shouldn’t jump into pools they can’t get out of. Concerned neighbors in Littleton Southbridge called SMFR and the crew of Engine 15 became lifeguards. The ducklings are safe and dry with mom now! pic.twitter.com/wMRiUfTMEv
— South Metro Fire Rescue (@SouthMetroPIO) May 30, 2021MORE NEWS: 4 Large COVID-19 Vaccination Sites Opening This Week In Colorado