A little raccoon needed a little help Monday when it became stuck in a storm drain in Waltham.
Waltham police said authorities were called to Chestnut and Lowell streets Monday where the raccoon was found lodged in a storm drain, its head sticking through the top of an opening.
Police said the juvenile raccoon was rescued by animal control, police officers and firefighters.
A day after being rescued, the raccoon was doing well, police said.
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