By CBSBoston.com Staff

BELMONT (CBS) — The Belmont Fire Department was ready to help the town’s residents on Sunday, even though the struggling youngsters weren’t human.

Several ducklings fell into a storm drain near Orchard and Common Streets and needed to be rescued by firefighters.

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“No job too small. We do it all,” the department tweeted.

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Crews lured most of them out by playing duck noises on a phone.

All eight ducklings were reunited with their mother, who was pacing nearby.

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“Nice save by the women and men of the Belmont Fire Department. Group 2!” they tweeted.

CBSBoston.com Staff