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Inside Edition 1 Jan 2021

Squirrel Attack Leaves Woman Bloodied and Hospitalized

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Squirrels can look cute and cuddly, but beware - they can get vicious! A neighborhood in Queens, New York is finding itself under siege by a cluster of angry squirrels. People leaving their homes are being physically attacked, and some residents say they're afraid to leave their houses out of fear they'll be next. Michelin Frederick had to be hospitalized after repeatedly being bit by a crazed squirrel. Other squirrel attacks have been documented across the country.


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