300 birds to be removed from Aurora home
October 23, 2012 (AURORA, Ill.) (WLS) -- The process of removing up to 300 birds from an Aurora townhouse is scheduled to begin Wednesday.
Crews will go in to move debris and clear pathways through the house. Then on Friday, the city plans to actually begin removing the birds, which were found last week. The house has been deemed unsafe for human habitation.
Tests are also being done to determine if neighboring homes are safe.
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