SAN FRANCISCO (CBS SF) — Officials with the San Francisco Fire Department praised two paramedics and some bystanders who came to the aid of an injured hawk found downtown Sunday morning, according to a Twitter post by the department.

The San Francisco Fire Department Public Information Officer Twitter account posted a photo and video about the incident at around 11 a.m.

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The injured hawk was spotted on Bush Street near Sansome in downtown San Francisco by a pair SFFD paramedics. Bystanders helped the two members of the ambulance crew keep the hawk contained and comforted until a San Francisco Animal Care and Control unit was able to respond to the scene.

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“Humanity is alive in many ways, as seen today when #SFFDM76 Dayon Wiltshire and Zach Beatty spotted an injured Hawk downtown,” the post read.

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The two paramedics helped the SF Animal Control officer corral the hawk and take the bird away. The bird will be cared for by animal specialists until it recovers.