FAIRFAX COUNTY, Va. — A hawk in Fairfax County, Virginia was in need of a wingman after it had a slight delay in its commute on Monday when a driver found that it was stuck on the grill of their car.
According to the Fairfax County Police Department, after being called to rescue the hawk around the area of I-66 and I-495, Animal Protection Police Officer McLemore removed the hawk from the car.
Following the bird's rescue, the officer made plans for the hawk to be taken care of at a licensed wildlife rehabilitation center, according to officials.
"Thanks to our Animal Protection Police Officers for all you do," the Fairfax County Police Department on Facebook.
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