PITTSBURGH (AP) — A fox had to be rescued from the roof of Pittsburgh’s most exclusive social club.
Humane Animal Rescue officials say it’s unclear exactly how the gray fox managed to get onto the top of The Duquesne Club, but animal welfare workers brought it safely back down to the ground.
The animal was then sent to the Wildlife Rehabilitation Center in Verona.
The rescue says fox is healthy and doesn’t require any medical attention.
The Duquesne Club has catered to Pittsburgh’s elite since 1873. Early members include Andrew and Thomas Carnegie, Henry Clay Frick, Andrew Mellon, Henry J. Heinz, and George Westinghouse.