Last week, three fox students met on the way behind Molecular and Engineering Science (MOSE) near the Georgia and Track and Field Georgia facility. Two were injured at the time, officials said in the release of news.
During the weekend, another student looked like a different fox in the same area. This fox was not arrested and the campus officials believe that there may be some others and that they could all make a contract.
Abi Lewal received a new way to find the class when she learned that a rabbit fox was attacking students.
"My friend in my research group said that he saw one of the foxes around here and I decided to take the long way and we could not cause any fox here," said Lewal.
In the news release, officials emphasized the search for medical treatment for anyone who could find a possible animal:
"It is crucial to look after medical treatment after after dealing with animals that may be non-specific and may include fever, headache and fatigue. The virus can not be treated without notice that it may difficulty cluttering, paralysis and even die. These symptoms may not occur or may only occur at the end stages of the disease. " The injured students are still being consumed.
Be alert for large dangerous foxes on campus. We are asking our community the area behind the construction of MOSE, the nearby route, and the Georgia Tech track facility.
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