Thursday, November 27, 2014

Live Goose Trapped On Frozen Greenfield Park Pond And No Rescue From Firefighters

A live goose remained trapped in a frozen pond at a Greenfield Park.

By H. Nelson Goodson
November 27, 2014

West Allis, Wisconsin - As of Thursday, a goose was reported trapped in a frozen southwest pond near a building located around S. 118 to S. 124 and W. Greenfield and W. Lincoln at a City of West Allis Milwaukee County Park while attempts to have it rescue by officials go without success. At first, it was reported that the frozen pond was in the City of Greenfield, but the Greenfield Fire Department contacted Hispanic News Network U.S.A. (HNNUSA) and stated, "We had not heard of this but then again it is not in our jurisdiction but in the City of West Allis. Only to make it further confusing, Greenfield Park in West Allis is a Milwaukee County Park." According to Stacy Krafczyk, she posted on her Facebook account that a live goose was trapped  in a frozen Greenfield Park pond and that she notified the local fire department, local police, wild life department and apparently they won't do anything to rescue the goose. Another goose has been hanging around its mate, but water froze around the live goose and has been trapped, since yesterday.
The last entry that Krafczyk posted on FB, was that she was going to attempt to walk out to the lake and free the live goose on Thanksgiving Day, but didn't.
HNNUSA contacted Krafczyk and she confirmed that the goose is still alive and it's mate is nearby.

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