A fox that allegedly attacked two people in Chelmsford, Massachusetts on Tuesday will be tested for rabies.
Police said officers first responded to a doctor's office on Meeting House Road at about 10 a.m. for a report that a nurse from the office had been attacked outside.
Officers were unable to locate the fox at that time.
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At about 4 p.m., police responded to an area of Crosby Lane where a delivery person had been attacked.
When officers arrived, they spotted the fox and determined that the animal posed a threat.
Police said an officer then shot and killed the fox.
The animal has been taken to a state lab to be tested for rabies.
The two victims who were attacked are being treated and said to be doing OK.