Kitten Safe After Rescue From Busy Los Angeles Overpass

A kitten had a very happy ending when things could have gone terribly wrong on a busy Los Angeles freeway overpass.

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L.A. County sheriff’s Deputy Driscoll holds a kitten that he rescued in Lancaster on June 28, 2018. (Courtesy: Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department)

L.A. County sheriff’s Deputy Driscoll holds a kitten that he rescued in Lancaster on June 28, 2018. (Courtesy: Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department. (Photo: KTLA 5)

 

A kitten has had a very happy ending from what have could resulted in tragedy.

L.A. County Sheriff’s Deputies Driscoll and Ornelas were waved down by someone on Avenue K 8 by the 14 Freeway overpass in Lancaster, CA, who alerted them to the kitten on the edge of the dangerous location. A news release from the department shared details of the rescue that saved the tiny feline, including Deputy Ornelas uttering over his camera recording, “He’s going to bite you, bro!”

This didn’t keep Deputy Driscoll from going into action,  the rescue resulting in an addition for the Driscoll household, the newly named “Blue.”

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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