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Coyote found in Warren County tests positive for rabies
by The Star-Ledger Continuous News Desk
Wednesday August 05, 2009, 5:13 PM
MANSFIELD -- A coyote found in Mansfield Township this week has tested positive for rabies, Warren County health officials said today.

Officials said an individual and two dogs came into contact with the rabid animal, which was seen along Jackson Valley Road and Willever Lake Road. The person and the two dogs are under surveillance by the county health department, officials said.

Rabies is not a medical emergency, but officials said wounds should be washed immediately. County officials advise that anyone coming into contact with a coyote to seek medical attention to determine if a rabies vaccination is needed and to contact the local health department.
 

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What kind of "contact" was it???
Will we really find out since you know the story will get run thru the DEP "Filter" and converted for your safe consumption.
 

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greattttt lol im heading back to school never friday...
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