Raccoon Tests Positive for Rabies in Anne Arundel Co.
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Updated at 2:56 AM EST on Sunday, Mar 16, 2014
Authorities say a raccoon found on Snow Hill Lane in Gambrills has tested positive for rabies.
The Capital of Annapolis reports health officials are looking for anyone who came into contact with the raccoon recently near the Four Seasons Estates in Gambrills. Authorities say the raccoon was found March 13.
Authorities say anyone who came in contact with the raccoon should call the health department at 410-222-7256 Monday through Friday or 443-481-3140 after business hours.
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