A red-tailed hawk is recovering from its injuries and will soon be released back into the wild after being rescued from the front grille of a car that struck the bird on a Massachusetts highway. The driver of the car didn’t know the bird was still in his grille and called police about an hour after hitting it. He told cops he couldn’t get the bird out. When they showed up to investigate an officer noticed a tiny movement in its wing. The officer was able to extract the hawk and was surprised to see the bird open its eyes and beak. The hawk was taken to a wildlife hospital where veterinarians said the bird is now standing and eating on its own. The hawk is expected to be released back into the wild once it is fully recovered.