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Washington man rescues bald eagle injured in street
NEW YORK (WABC) -- The national symbol is on the mend in Washington state because of a caring citizen.
Robert Hutton rescued an injured bald eagle from the middle of a road in Spokane.
Veterinarians think the eagle may have eaten something toxic or may have been hit by a car, or possibly both.
They've named the bird Glen.
Doctors say now that he's on antibiotics and has a fighting chance to survive.
They hope to release him back into the wild one day.
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