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Rabid Raccoons found in Gage County

The Gage county Sheriff has reported two incident involving raccoons that were rabid.  Sheriff Gustafson asks residents to be aware that animals acting strangely, aggressively or appear to be sick may be infected with rabies.  If residents see such an animal Gustafson encourages residents to call the sheriff’s department and allow a deputy or a Nebraska Game warden to take care of the animal.  He also encourages everyone with pets to have them vaccinated for rabies.  If you are bitten by an animal you should seek medical attention immediately.

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