Officials are now in the process of immunizing raccoons and other rodents with some creative techniques.
The raccoons were delivered Friday in a cage with bottles of milk, blankets and toys.
Commuters waiting for the train have always had plenty to worry about and now they can add raccoons to their list of concerns.
They’re getting into garbage cans, backyards and even breaking into homes. And what’s more, these resourceful raccoons are outsmarting the most determined of trappers.
There’s a major pest problem in Queens. That’s where residents say raccoons have made themselves at home in several neighborhoods. Now, a local lawmaker is getting involved to combat the invasion.
Neighbor Kathy Meyers says a man, who is 62-years-old, has lived in the home for years without running water and electricity and with raccoons. He was not home when the collapse occurred.
Fair Lawn’s health officer is sounding the alarm.