LONG ISLAND, NY – The Public Information Office reports the details of an Animal Rescue that occurred on Wednesday, July 1, 2015 at 10:16 p.m. in Bayville.
According to police, Nassau County Police Officers from the Second Precinct along with members of the Bayville Fire Department responded to 8 Bayville Avenue for an auto accident.
Three baby Ospreys were injured after a car accident in Bayville knocked over their nest on top of a pole. Nassau County Police and a Ambulance Medical Technician were able to save two of the three birds.
Upon their arrival it was discovered that a pole that contained a nest of Osprey birds had been knocked over resulting in the nest falling to the ground. A Nassau County Ambulance Medial Technician, Chiefs’ Caso, Orski and Vitteritti from the Bayville Fire Department rendered assistance to three baby Osprey in the nest. A representative from the Bailey Arboretum, Locust Valley responded and removed the four week old birds.
Two Ospreys are receiving care. The third bird expired.
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