Pelican gunshot victim rescued off Tel Aviv beach

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October 28, 2009 18:44

 
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Police sea patrol officers rescued a pelican struggling in the waters off the coast of Tel Aviv on Wednesday. The pelican, who was suffering from a gunshot wound and a broken wing, initially "resisted arrest" police said, but was eventually corralled into the police boat and evacuated to a veterinary hospital. Police said they so far had no suspects in the shooting of the pelican, but wished him a speedy recovery. A video of the rescue was uploaded by Tel Aviv Police to their Web site and You Tube channel. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=G8wbqSNb2jc&feature=player_profilepage

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