A local Cincinnati citizen went straight to the police when her baby was in danger, but the citizen and her predicament aren't what you'd expect. WKRC Cincinnati reports that a mother goose tapped on a police cruiser to get someone to help her gosling that was tangled in up in string from a Mother's Day balloon. 

WKRC reports Sergeant James Givens was the officer who the mother goose enlisted for help, "It kept pecking and pecking and normally they don't come near us. Then it walked away and then it stopped and looked back so I followed it and it led me right over to the baby that was tangled up in all that string". 

Givens shot video on his cellphone while Specialist Cecilia Charron worked to free the baby bird. The two had contacted the SPCA, a bit concerned how mom would react to them touching her gosling, but to their surprise she sat back and watched: "Well she (Charron) has a couple of kids of her own and I guess that motherly instinct must've kicked in because it was like they communicated. The mother goose didn't bother her," Given told WKRC.

After Charron got the baby free, the mother goose and her gosling waddled back to the water seemingly squeaking thank you to the officers who lent a hand. 

You have to see this amazing video for yourself, so check it out here below.