“You have flies flying all around it, it’s decaying, it’s disgusting, it smells horrible,” said Cynthia Harris, who contacted KYW Newsradio about the problem.
This is reportedly the county’s ninth confirmed case of rabies and the third case within the last two weeks.
A raccoon removed from a Camden County residence has tested positive for rabies.
Officials in Radnor Township, Delaware County are cautioning residents of the Main Line community to be on the alert after a raccoon and fox have both tested positive for rabies over the past two weeks.
Authorities in a suburban Philadelphia township are asking for help locating a woman who may have come in contact with a rabid raccoon.
While there are no known human or animal exposures, the Camden County Health Department is urging residents to be aware.
Health officials made the announcement Friday and said no one was bitten by the animal.