By Wyatt Earp | June 3, 2011
A pack of rabid beavers has been attacking people in the area of Pennypack Park in Northeast Philadelphia. This park is a mile or so from my house.
What the frak is going on in my neighborhood? We take the kids to this park all the time, and now I guess I’m gonna have to start bringing my gun.
Wildlife officials are warning Northeast Philadelphia park visitors about possibly rabid beavers after three people were bitten near a city creek in the past two days. Pennsylvania Game Commission spokesman Jerry Feaser said Thursday that one beaver has been captured and killed. Its carcass will be tested for rabies.
Officials say a beaver bit a husband and wife who were fishing on Wednesday in Pennypack Creek in northeast Philadelphia.
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