Teacher Saves Student From Fox

An elementary school gym teacher in East Windsor, Connecticut, is being called a hero for saving one of her second grade students from a fox. Elissa Daniele’s class was outside on the school’s playground Monday when a fox came out of the woods and attacked 7-year-old Evan Witzke. Daniele pulled the animal off the boy and corralled it into a recycling bin. She and another staff member were bitten in the process. Authorities think the same fox bit nearby resident Danielle Bopko earlier that day. All four people who were bitten are being treated for rabies as a precaution. — Read it at ABC News

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