Second Rabies Scare In Marion County
The Marion County Health Department is reporting another rabies alert within a week - the first was announced on Tuesday. This alert covers Marion County residents between S.E. 32nd St. and S.E. 147th Place.
County Officials say the more recent alert is being issued because a fox tested positive for rabies.
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