NORTH TEXAS (CBSDFW.COM) – First responders continue to make a difference all across North Texas during the coronavirus crisis, helping man, beast and fowl.

Arlington Police Chief Will Johnson tweeted out pictures on Good Friday showing a team effort by civil servants to help some ducklings in distress.

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(credit: Will Johnson/Arlington Police Department)

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The Chief said an officer patrolling near Randol Mill Park was flagged down by a group of children who wanted help getting to several ducklings that had fallen into a storm drain and couldn’t get out.

The officer called in reinforcements from the Arlington Fire Department and soon there was a family reunion of sorts.

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(credit: Will Johnson/Arlington Police Department)

All the little ducklings were rescued, safely, and reunited with their mom — which seemed fitting on Easter weekend.