Faced with having no other choice, she fought it off, killing it with her bare hands by holding it in a puddle of water as it gripped onto her hand with its teeth and clawed and scratched at her. Borch, who lives in Hope, Maine, told the Bangor Daily News that her run was lovely, ordinary and peaceful ... until it wasn't. "I knew instantly it was rabid", she said.
She couldn't avoid the raccoon, she told the newspaper; the trail was too narrow.
Suddenly, it was at her feet.
She said she was on a jog when she spotted the cute animal on the path. As she was running, she encountered the raccoon on the path and it began charging toward her. With adrenaline pumping, Borch suspended her disbelief. He told her he thought it odd that the raccoon, normally a nocturnal animal, was out in the daytime.
"She told her mom what happened, and they jumped in the auto and went to the hospital". When she was free from the beast, she ran home and asked her mom to call 9-1-1 while her father went to get the raccoon to stop another animal from walking away with it.
Family forced to relocate, says Hsien Loong's nephew
The younger siblings accused the prime minister of wanting to "milk Lee Kuan Yew's legacy for their own political purposes". The statement was released early on Wednesday and remarked that Hsien Yang and his wife planned to leave Singapore .
Sessions defiant in Senate panel testimony
On March 1, The Washington Post reported that he met twice with Russian Ambassador Sergey Kislyak during the campaign. The Attorney General said that if Harris didn't allow him to fully answer her question "you'll accuse me of lying".