MOUNDSVILLE, W.Va. (WTRF) – The Marshall County Health Department is warning residents to avoid any contact with wild animals.
A raccoon in Adams Hills area of Cameron tested positive for rabies on October 10.
This is the first laboratory confirmed rabies case in Marshall County of 2019, according to officials.
For additional information, please call 304-845-7840.
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