A driving lesson took an unusual turn when the instructor halted the lesson to help a group of ducklings cross a dual carriageway in Nottingham.
Stu Walker, of Wilford, Nottinghamshire, was leading a lesson on Tuesday (April 24) when he noticed disruption on the A453.
The 52-year-old said:
As Mr Walker and his pupil approached the disruption, he noticed that a group of around eight ducklings, without a parent, were walking across the busy road.
Rather than telling his pupil to dodge the ducklings, Mr Walker made the decision to stop traffic and help them across the road.
Dash-cam footage captured the rescue and shows Mr Walker stop the traffic before picking up the ducklings and helping them to the safety of the path.
He then made his way back to his car, and his waiting pupil, while traffic started to move again.
Mr Walker said that the animal rescue is not something that happens often: