In this photo released by the California Highway Patrol, CHP officer DaSilva rescues nearly 20 chickens that ran through highway lanes in Norwalk, Calif., Tuesday, Jan. 2, 2018. The CHP says the birds blocked a portion of Interstate 605 Tuesday morning after their cage fell from the back of a truck. The agency tweeted photos and video of the chickens in lanes and a motorcycle officer collecting them. Officers managed to rescue 17 birds. Two died.
In this photo released by the California Highway Patrol, CHP officer DaSilva rescues nearly 20 chickens that ran through highway lanes in Norwalk, Calif., Tuesday, Jan. 2, 2018. The CHP says the birds blocked a portion of Interstate 605 Tuesday morning after their cage fell from the back of a truck. The agency tweeted photos and video of the chickens in lanes and a motorcycle officer collecting them. Officers managed to rescue 17 birds. Two died. California Highway Patrol via AP CHP Officer C.Lillie
In this photo released by the California Highway Patrol, CHP officer DaSilva rescues nearly 20 chickens that ran through highway lanes in Norwalk, Calif., Tuesday, Jan. 2, 2018. The CHP says the birds blocked a portion of Interstate 605 Tuesday morning after their cage fell from the back of a truck. The agency tweeted photos and video of the chickens in lanes and a motorcycle officer collecting them. Officers managed to rescue 17 birds. Two died. California Highway Patrol via AP CHP Officer C.Lillie

Brake for beaks: California officers save chickens from road

January 02, 2018 04:43 PM

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