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March 4, 2015 11:04 AM

Hawk that flew through window in KC home is rehabilitated and released

A red-tailed hawk injured when it flew through a window in a south Kansas City home was successfully released to the wild after being rehabilitated. The hawk immediately spread its wings, took flight and headed to some nearby trees in South Oak Park in the Waldo neighborhood.

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