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running over dead animal with car, car window open unknown potential RABID exposure..

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  • Posted By: ayyyll
  • October 12, 2009
  • 00:58 AM

lets say you drive your car unknowingly over a rabid animal in the street, and , lets say your car window is open about 2 inches, NOW LET'S SAY A VERY VERY SMALL AMOUNT OF SOME TYPE OF BLOOD OR LIQUID FROM THE DEAD ANIMAL CATAPULTED AS YOUR CAR WHEELS DRIVE OVER IT SUCH THAT IT GOES RIGHT THROUGH YOUR CAR WINDOW AND..( COULD SUCH A SMALL AMOUNT OF LIQUID LAND WITHIN AN ORIFICE OF THE PERSON IN THE CAR SUCH THAT THE PERSON WOULDN'T NOTICE IT --) ( YOU'D PROBABLY SAY THAT THE PERSON WOULD TRULY HAVE TO NOTICE ANY --EVEN A VERY VERY TINY DROP OF CATAPULTING LIQUID FROM THE RUN OVER ANIMAL -- BUT LET US SAY IT WAS A CHILD, A BABY OR A MENTALLY HANDICAPPED PERSON... I GUESS THE ONLY SAFE SAFE SAFE THING TO DO IS TRULY HAVE ALL OUR WINDOWS OF OUR CAR VEHICLES CLOSED TO PROTECT ALL OF OUR PASSENGERS BECAUSE DRIVING OVER A DEAD ANIMAL CAN BE HAZARDOUS.. HOW CAN THE DRIVER KNOW IF THE DEAD ANIMAL HAD RABIES... OR IF YOU RUN OVER THE ANIMAL -- EVEN IF IT DOESN'T HAVE RABIES IT COULD HAVE SOME OTHER DISEASE THAT POTENTIALLY COULD NEGATIVELY AFFECT A PASSENGER IF A WINDOW IS OPEN IN THE CAR...BECAUSE AS YOU DRIVE OVER THE DEAD ANIMAL, LIQUIDS CAN BE EXPUNGED FROM THE DEAD ANIMAL AND BOOMERANG THROUGH EVEN A SLIGHTLY OPENED CAR WINDOW

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  • Possible but not likely.
    Anonymous 42789 Replies
    • November 4, 2009
    • 04:02 AM
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  • Very, very tiny chance of getting rabies. For more information, see http://hitchhikinganimals.blogspot.com/2010/01/what-do-do-when-attacked-by-rabid.html
    Anonymous 42789 Replies
    • February 1, 2010
    • 02:18 PM
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