Kent Police K9 Officer Kallir and K9 Havok were on patrol this week when they rescued a bald eagle, which was found stunned and laying on a sidewalk after apparently flying into a power line and getting shocked.
They nicknamed the injured raptor ‘Freedom’ for obvious reasons.
Officer Kallir was able to find a local raptor rescue professional who will treat and rehab ‘Freedom’ and get him back out on his own.
“Thanks Officer Kallir for your Eagle eye,” police said. “Sometimes Freedom needs a bit of help and we’re glad you were there to provide.”
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Freedom Rings-or screeches. KPD K9 Ofc. Kallir spotted this beautiful guy on the sidewalk after he shocked himself. He is off to a local raptor rehab and will be fine thanx to the Eagle eyes of Ofc. Kallir. #eagleeyes #kentpdway #eaglerescue pic.twitter.com/Pk8VQfc1Nr
— Kent Police (@kentpd) July 28, 2021