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Suffolk police rescue kitten from Medford storm drain

Suffolk County police officer Geoffrey Ledour holds a

Suffolk County police officer Geoffrey Ledour holds a kitten that he and another officer rescued from a Medford storm drain on Saturday. Photo Credit: SCPD

A kitten that fell into a Medford storm drain was rescued Saturday afternoon by a pair of Suffolk police officers and then found a new home with a neighbor, police said.

Emergency Service police officers Geoffrey Ledour and Glen Baillargeon answered a 911 call around 4 p.m. about the kitten. A resident then showed them where the kitten was trapped, police said.

They removed the grate and brought it out safely, police said.

Forecasts for both Saturday and Sunday include the chance of showers, which could have put the kitten in even greater peril.

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