Firefighters made two successful animal rescues in Oviedo this week.
Seminole County first responders saved a hawk and a kitten on Thursday.
According to a release, the county notified the Seminole County Fire Department to try to rescue a hawk that had gotten stuck in an alcove at Evans Elementary School in the morning.
The city said firefighters managed to get the bird down safely, and it was not in distress or injured.
Oviedo Police later received a call on Alafaya Boulevard, where a kitten was spotted on the road.
Officers arrived at the scene, but the stray cat ran into a nearby parking lot and inside the engine bay of a Lexus.
The City of Oviedo said witnesses saw the animal go into the car, which was not running.
Firefighters removed the wheel and rescued the kitten without any injuries.