NBC New York
A hawk rescued from between two buildings in Harlem Tuesday was released in Central Park.
It was a hairy situation in Harlem for a hawk that was trapped between two buildings.
The bird got stuck near East 102nd Street and Park Avenue at around 4:30 p.m. Tuesday.
Rescue workers managed to free the hawk from between the walls of the two buildings. The hawk appeared to be in good health, and was taken to Central Park and released.