Last week, a red blotch was spotted by a good person in one of the roads of Chicago. It was a red fox, which had been hit by a car and taken refuge in a small space just between the tracks, where, if even moving foot, they would run him .
Fortunately, this person called Chicago police, who contacted Animal Control and Rehabilitation Center Flint Creek Wildlife.
After sleeping the fox (since he was wounded, but could still move in the direction of traffic), rescuers finally the poor animal away from the street.
“We’re not sure how much time passed between traffic fox, but we believe that the whole incident lasted about an hour. He was scared – as so often are wild animals when they encounter humans. “
Dawn Keller, Director of Flint Creek-
An examination showed that he had no broken bones, but blood was found in his urine, a possible indicator of internal injuries, so they must keep him under observation.
The last publication about the Facebook of the organization indicates that the fox is recovering smoothly.
What a good new!