Vt. children defend themselves from attacking raccoon

06/28/2013 | WCAX-TV (Burlington, Vt.)

Three Vermont children fought off a raccoon attack while playing in the woods last weekend. The animal was never found, and one child who sustained multiple bites is undergoing post-exposure rabies prophylaxis. Ten-year-old Piper Rolfe, who is legally blind and has a degenerative illness, fought back with a stick, helping save her friend Irie Campbell, 11, from additional bites.

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