BATAVIA, N.Y. (WIVB) - A driver in Batavia Saturday tried stopping traffic to save the lives of 9 ducklings and their mother.
While driving on Main Street, a man got out of his vehicle when he saw the ducklings and the mother trying to cross the street.
Although he tried avoiding them from getting hit, a car struck them anyway.
The mother and some of the ducks were killed. A firefighter initially took the ducks home to take care of but, according to a D.E.C. law, he was not allowed to keep the migratory birds in his home.
They've since been taken in by the Black Creek Wildlife Station in Churchville.
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