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An Arizona jogger ran a mile with a rabid fox clamped to her arm and then drove herself to a hospital, local news outlets report.
The unidentified runner told Yavapai County Sheriff's deputies she was on a trail near Prescott on Monday when the animal attacked her foot. She grabbed the fox by the neck but it bit her arm and clamped down. Wanting the animal tested for rabies, she ran a mile back to her car, pried the fox loose, wrapped in a sweatshirt and tossed it into her truck before driving to a hospital.
The fox bit an animal-control officer removing it from the trunk. The animal tested positive for rabies.
The jogger and the officer are receiving a series of vaccinations.
There's more from the sheriff and KPHO-TV in Phoenix.