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Dozens Of Birds Fall From The Sky In South Jersey

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Residents in Millville are scratching their heads after finding at least 80 birds fall from the sky.

 

According to NBC Philly, “The Cumberland County Public Information Officer released a press release on Tuesday claiming it wasn’t something environmental that killed the birds but rather something they ate — a granular pesticide put down legally by nearby Ingraldi Farms.”

 

This explanation didn’t exactly help the bloody mess found on the streets, nor did it help the neighbors who described the scene as “something from a movie.”

 

Officers say the dead birds are not toxic, but it is recommended to wash your hands after throwing the fallen birds away.  (thanks for the heads up)

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