NEW YORK — Residents of a Queens
Denizens of the New York City borough's Rego Park
Micheline Frederick pointed to a bruise on her wrist where she said the squirrel landed on her and then sank its teeth into her fingers and hand.
“We’re wrestling in the snow and there’s blood everywhere and my fingers getting chewed and it won’t let go,” Frederick said. “Eventually, it just stopped and there I was a big bloody mess.”
A photo Frederick says she took after the attack shows a snowy pathway covered in blood.
"This was an MMA cage match! And I lost!” she added.
“These squirrels are aggressively going after people,” Vinati Singh said.
The city's Department of Health advised the
The reason for the squirrel — or squirrels' — aggressive
The Associated Press