Duckling crossing I-95 in Old Lyme causes tractor-trailer crash; rescued by CSP Trooper

Animals and Wildlife

OLD LYME, Conn. (WTNH) — A duck created some trouble in Old Lyme earlier this week.

The baby duck was separated from its family while trying to cross I-95. It was running in and out of traffic and even caused a crash between two tractor-trailers.

Thankfully, no one was hurt.

A State Trooper was able to capture the duck and it’s now at A Place Called Hope bird rehabilitation center in Killingworth.

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