(CNN/CBC News) - A cell phone app is credited for saving two ducklings. The baby ducks fell into a storm drain in Ontario.
"After the mother duck started to head down the street, me and this other gentleman on a bike heard ducklings in the sewer," said Michael Williams.
Armed with an old fashioned net, city workers initiated the rescue, but the ducklings were afraid.
The Williams got an idea.
"I figured there must be an app for that, so I went inside, grabbed the iPhone, looked up the app and sure enough there was a free duck call app."
A few minutes later, the ducklings were out of the storm drain and on their way to reuniting with their family.
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