Crews seek nest after hawks attack 3 in W. Pa.

CHURCHILL, Pa. (AP) — The Pennsylvania Game Commission was being asked to find and possibly relocate a nest after police say hawks attacked an adult and two children in a Pittsburgh suburb.

Churchill police Officer Jeff Henzier tells WTAE-TV ( ) that a woman suffered head cuts when one hawk swooped down on her Sunday, in this suburb just east of the city. That woman, Elaine McDonough, says she thought she had been hit with a brick.

Police say two children were also attack, including a little girl riding her bicycle.

Police say the game commission officials planned to search for the nest Wednesday.


Information from: WTAE-TV,

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