By Alina Panek

CHICAGO (CBS) – Chicago Fire Department assisted with getting a pet bird down from a window ledge on Michigan Avenue on Sunday.

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A crowd found an unusual bird perched a second story window on Michigan Avenue between Wabash and Jackson in the early evening Sunday. A bystander flagged the fire truck down and the crew member used a pole to assist getting the bird down.

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A Blue Macaw perched on a second story window while the fire department crew member places a pole next to the bird to let it down.

A bystander flagged the fire truck down to rescue the pet bird and the crew member used a pole to get the bird down. Credit: ChiTownCheese

 

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CBS 2 Chicago Staff