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All in a day’s work for Fort Wright’s Officer Keller as mud got in the way of a perfectly good outing

The Fort Wright Police Department received a call of a young boy trapped in the mud up to his waist by the creek in the Nature Park, Chief Marc Schworer reported.

When Officer Brad Keller saw the young boy trapped deeply in the mud he did what anyone (who obviously had some similar experiences in his youth) would do.

He immediately took action and jumped in the mire to pull him out.

It was all in a day’s play for a group of boys, and all in a day’s work for Officer Keller.

No one was injured, just a little dirty as you can see by the pictures.

“I am humbled by the work that Fort Wright Officers do every day,” said Schworer.

It’s a dirty job, but somebody has to do it. Now, who has to do the cleaning?

Oops . . .stuck. How are we going to explain this?

To the rescue

Safe and sound — but a bit muddy

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