Twin Cities bird rescue service building damaged in hit-and-run
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ST. PAUL, Minn. (KMSP) - Local animal rescue service Midwest Avian Adoption and Rescue Services is seeking donations after a hit and run destroyed part of their building on Tuesday in St. Paul.
Around noon, an unidentified person missed a curve and drove directly into the building, causing significant damage. A main gas line was broken in half, and the entire building was flooded with gas.
Cages were also smashed and a wall was destroyed. The service houses 80 special needs parrots.
No birds were injured in the crash.
Midwest Avian Adoption Rescue Services set up a crowd-funding page here.