Police officers and park ranger rescue bald eagle struck by car in Maryland

Two Maryland Natural Resources Police officers and a park ranger helped rescue a bald eagle that was struck by a car in Maryland.

Police say Officers Garver and Kaetzel along with Rocky Gap State Park Ranger Milbourne located the eagle in the woods after it was hit on Interstate 68 near the border between Allegany County and Washington County.

Milbourne put on heavy gloves to retrieve the injured male eagle that is about 5 years old.

The eagle was taken to the Owl Moon Raptor Center in Boyds, Maryland to treat and care for the bird after it suffered injuries to its wing.

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