A bald eagle that somehow managed to get wedged in the front grill of a Florida car in Clay County was freed unharmed after a passing motorist noticed the bird after Hurricane Matthew roared past the area.
After being rescued, the eagle was sent to B.E.A.K.S Wildlife Sanctuary. The Clay Country Sheriff's Office posted on its Facebook, "great job by all involved.” The bird will be set back into the wild after being rehabilitated for its injuries.
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