Dramatic baby duck rescue operation caught on bodycam (VIDEO)

Dramatic baby duck rescue operation caught on bodycam  (VIDEO)
Recently released bodycam footage shows an Idaho police officer mounting the solo rescue of a family of ducklings trapped in a drain as their helpless mother quacked on.

The alarm was raised when police received a call around 9 a.m. from a concerned resident who overheard the mother duck squawking at a sewer Wednesday morning, and spotted the trapped ducklings inside.

Thankfully, no duck was left behind as ‘quack’ thinking from Officer Zach Helbach - now known as his police department’s official ‘duck liberator’ - saw him improvise everyday items to fish out each of the 10 ducklings from the drain.

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Once I got them all out, Mom got ’em all together and they just walked over to a nearby irrigation canal,” said local hero-cum-duck whisperer Helbach.

Once police from the city of Eagle got all their ducks in a row, they reassured concerned citizens that mother and babies had recovered nicely by posting a post-rescue picture of the happy family on the police department’s Facebook page.

A single mother with 10 tiny kids? Losing a few (or all) is inevitable from time to time.