Person, dogs exposed to rabid skunks in county

By Jason Evans
Staff Reporter

COUNTY — The South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control last week confirmed cases of rabies in two skunks encountered in Pickens County.
The first encounter occurred in Easley near East C Avenue and Glazner Street, according to a DHEC release. The skunk was submitted to DHEC’s laboratory on Oct. 29 and was confirmed to have rabies on Nov. 1., the

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