Birds of a feather….

Rescue calls came in earlier today for a distressed member of the Martin family that resides at the courthouse. It was reported that “Ms. Patsy” Martin (seen pictured) had somehow found herself wrapped in fishing line, dangling from her porch. Quick response came from courthouse maintenance supervisor, Lane Argo, who swiftly retrieved the trapped Ms. Martin from her binds. It was then discovered that the fishing line was tightly wrapped around the leg of the small bird. Argo, with the help of his assistants, Kate Argo and Rhonda Redding, was then able to release the line and set “Ms. Martin” free.

Former Cundiff volunteer Fire Department Chief, Lane Argo moves swiftly into action to save the life of "Ms. Patsy Martin" of the courthouse Martins.  Ms. Martin found herself dangling from the porch earlier today by fishing wire that was tightly wrapped around her leg.

Former Cundiff Volunteer Fire Department Chief, Lane Argo moves swiftly into action to save the life of “Ms. Patsy Martin” of the courthouse Martins. Ms. Martin found herself dangling from the porch earlier today by fishing wire that was tightly wrapped around her leg.

Lane Argo comes to the rescue of a distressed Martin. Fishing line was tightly wrapped around the Martins leg, causing it to dangle from the porch of the Martin house on the courthouse lawn. Argo, a former Fire Chief, knew that his training would one day prove vital in saving lives....

Lane Argo comes to the rescue of a distressed Martin. Fishing line was tightly wrapped around the Martins leg, causing it to dangle from the porch of the Martin house on the courthouse lawn. Argo, a former Fire Chief, knew that his training would one day prove vital in saving lives….

 

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