Electrocuted Squirrel Hanging From Wires Is Removed By Utility Company

first_imgDay 4 : Cleaned up nicely in the rain. A sour scent drifts in through the bedroom windows. pic.twitter.com/a75u0dqTxu— Chet (@sealless) June 21, 2019 Day 5 : I am learning a new way to judge wind speed. pic.twitter.com/JY3INv8QQx— Chet (@sealless) June 22, 2019 Stay on target Day 13 : Snowing? Molting.#squirrel #Syracuse pic.twitter.com/qAvNXharAX— Chet (@sealless) July 1, 2019Finally, on Monday, July 1, National Grid took down the squirrel after it received an inquiry from Syracuse.com. According to a National Grid spokeswoman, the company doesn’t typically remove objects from wires unless they could be threatening to electrical service. However, they were reportedly concerned that the neighbors would hurt themselves if they tried to take down the squirrel.Day 14 (update) : This is the way the squirrel ends / Not with a bang but a whimper.Thanks @nationalgridus #squirrel #Syracuse pic.twitter.com/8YxnvluqnW— Chet (@sealless) July 2, 2019“Rest in power,” sweet Freddie.More on Geek.com:This Giant Technicolor Squirrel Can Jump 20 Feet HighBiologist Discovers Flying Squirrels That Glow Pink in the DarkThis Squirrel Eating an Egg Roll Is New York’s New Furry Hero Watch: Dolphin Leaps Feet Away From Unsuspecting SurferWatch: Deep-Sea Octopus ‘Billows Like a Circus Tent’ Day 10 : Change of perspective does not improve the situation. pic.twitter.com/JC63pwKU4x— Chet (@sealless) June 27, 2019 Some upstate New York residents are not happy after a utility company reportedly ignored their requests to take down an electrocuted, dead squirrel hanging from wires in their neighborhood.About two weeks ago, the squirrel got electrocuted because it was trying to eat the utility wires, Syracuse.com reported. Annoyed by National Grid’s unresponsiveness, some residents started posting pictures of the animal’s carcass on Facebook and Twitter to get their attention, Fox News noted. Neighbors named the animal Freddie after Curtis Mayfield’s 1972 song, “Freddie’s Dead.”Day 1 : He might be sleeping.Day 2 : He is definitely hosting some kind of flying insect convention.Day 3 : The pouring rain enhances the [email protected] says don’t call us unless the power goes out.Rest In Power, Eastwood Squirrel. #squirrels #Syracuse pic.twitter.com/oH7WWgSJJy— Chet (@sealless) June 20, 2019last_img read more