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The hazards of trail running! (Read 242 times)

    Jogger runs mile with rabid fox locked on her arm Wednesday, November 5, 2008 3:22 PM EST The Associated Press PRESCOTT, Ariz. (AP) — Authorities in Arizona say a jogger attacked by a rabid fox ran a mile with the animal's jaws clamped on her arm and then drove herself to a hospital. The Yavapai County sheriff's office said the woman told deputies she was on a trail near Prescott on Monday when the fox attacked and bit her foot. She said she grabbed the fox by the neck when it went for her leg but it bit her arm. The woman wanted the animal tested for rabies so she ran a mile to her car with the fox still biting her arm, then pried it off and tossed it in her trunk and drove to the Prescott hospital. The sheriff's office says the fox later bit an animal control officer. He and the woman are both receiving rabies vaccinations.

    The Goofinator

      HOLY CRAP!!!!!!!!!!!! Shocked Shocked Shocked I sure as hell wouldn't have had mental fortitude to do that!

      Living and Running Behind the Redwood Curtain


      Trail Runner Nation


        Wow, now that's taking HTFU to a new level...

        Run to Win
        25 Marathons, 17 Ultras, 16 States (Full List)

          Gee, uhh....thanks, Chris, I was never afraid of coyotes or foxes before this ;(
          Next up: A 50k in ? Done: California-Oregon-Arizona-Nevada (x2)-Wisconsin-Wyoming-Utah-Michigan-Colorado
            WOW! Shocked I agree...some serious HTFU points right there. Black eye
            Jennifer mm#1231

            Me, the Barbie version

              I heard that story on the radio today! She is one tough trail runner! Kitrin


                I agree with everyoneelse-holy crap! I don't know if I could have done that. What is HTFU? I'm racking my brain trying to figure it out-help me here people....
                If you never go fast, you'll never go fast.

                dork.major dork.

                  Harden the f*ck up.

                  Reaching 1,243 in 2008 -- one day, one week, one mile at a time.