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Mom and Baby Ducks Halt IndyCar Practice On Detroit Race Track [Video]

How did this poor mother duck and her babies get any where near the IndyCar race track on Belle Isle, and did they survive?

Find out!

A mother duck and her ducklings somehow made it onto the race course, on Belle Isle, during IndyCar practice over the weekend. Through skillful driving, drivers managed to avoid a fatal collision and mom herded her young ones to the edge of the track. A red flag was thrown and officials managed to scoop them up and take them to a much safer place!

Watch the heart stopping video below.

 

 

Why did the ducks cross the road? Apparently to get to the water, on the other side!

What animals do you bring your car to a screeching stop for?

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