from: Matt Christy, Nexstar Media Wire
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PORTER, Ind. (WXIN) — A frozen Canada goose was free of its icy bindings because of the assistance of volunteer firefighters in northern Indiana.
Based on the Indiana Division of Pure Assets, conservation officers have been notified Monday of a Canada goose being frozen to the moist sand alongside the sting of Lake Michigan at Indiana Dunes State Park.
A number of good Samaritans have already tried to free the goose however with none luck, DNR stated.
To assist the animal and forestall additional threat to the general public, the conservation officers known as in volunteer firefighters from Porter who made fast work to soundly take away the goose from the frozen seashore.
DNR stated the chicken was then transferred to a licensed wildlife rehabilitation and veterinary facility for therapy.
DNR thanked the general public for notifying its conservation officers and serving to make sure the goose was launched.
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