Good Samaritan Assists Brevard County Fire Rescue in Aiding Sandhill Crane With Broken Leg

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Sandhill Cranes are among the oldest living species of birds, dating back 2.5 million years

The crew of Brevard County Fire Rescue Station 47 A-shift in Viera, with the aid of a citizen, assisted in the care of a sandhill crane with an apparent broken leg. (BCFR image)

BREVARD COUNTY • VIERA, FLORIDA – The crew of Brevard County Fire Rescue Station 47 A-shift in Viera, with the aid of a citizen, assisted in the care of a sandhill crane with an apparent broken leg.

The injured bird was tended to until Brevard County Animal Enforcement could transport it.

Sandhill cranes are seen frequently in the Viera area and are fairly social birds that usually live in pairs or family groups throughout the year.

They are among the oldest living species of birds, dating back 2.5 million years.

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The crew of Brevard County Fire Rescue Station 47 A-shift in Viera, with the aid of a citizen, assisted in the care of a sandhill crane with an apparent broken leg. (BCFR image)
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