Students exposed to rabies while rescuing trapped bat

02/8/2013 | KPTM-TV (Omaha, Neb.)

Two Nebraska high school students who handled a bat while helping free it from a window at their school must undergo injections to prevent rabies because the bat tested positive for the deadly virus. Officials took the opportunity to remind people that handling bats isn't safe and they should call authorities if they encounter a bat.

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