Hawk Flies Through Window Of M'Boro School

Posted at 1:03 PM, Oct 12, 2016

No one was hurt Wednesday after a hawk flew into a window at a Murfreesboro school.

Murfreesboro Police Officer Terry Spence and School Resource Officer Stan Meeks responded to a report of a shattered window at Middle Tennessee Christian School. 

Once they arrived, they found an injured hawk on the floor in a corridor. It apparently flew right through a large pane of glass.

No children or staff were injured.

The hawk was apparently stunned and not moving when they found it.

Officer Spence grabbed a pair of work gloves to help the bird while waiting for wildlife experts to arrive.

The hawk will now be taken to Walden's Puddle for rehabilitation.