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For Meters World News headquarters in Bozeman Montana. This kells weaken review with Ryan Cow. Now here's cal a man. In Kensington New Hampshire strangled a coyote death after it attacked as two year old son. If you listen to last week's episode about the Chicago Coyote that attacked and hospitalized a five year old human. You may be thinking another attack. Oh really yes. And it's O'Reilly Ian O'Reilly Ian. The father was hiking with his family when he noticed a coyote approaching. The coyote grabbed O'Reilly son by the hood of his jacket dragged him to the ground. The boy's mother acted quickly and was able to separate the Kyle from her son before the boy could be bitten. Ian O'Reilly rushed to get between the Coyote and his family. He absorbed several aggressive attacks and received bites the arm and chest when he realized the animal wasn't going to leave. He kicked it in the jaw and pinned it to the ground. He was then able to grab. The coyotes snout with one hand. Places other on its windpipe. After a nearly ten minutes struggle O'Reilly managed to kill the Coyote earlier that morning to other coyote attacks were reported likely involving the same animal. The first attack happened in the town of Hampton Falls at eight forty a M. When local police received a report of a coyote attacking a vehicle then shortly after and nine? Am A woman called. The Kensington. Pleased to report that she and her two dogs had been attacked by a coyote. All three were bitten and received rabies treatment. The woman Pat Lee Sixty two years old said I was running behind the dogs to get them in and just as I was here literally the Coyote. Bit Me in the butt. The New Hampshire fish and game is testing the animal for rabies a probable cause for his kind of behavior. O'reilly received his first round of Rabies Treatment. Immediately after the attack but has four more remaining. Unfortunately he's becoming all too familiar with the process. O'reilly's four year. Old Son was bitten by a rabid raccoon last year. What the heck is going on in New Hampshire according to the CDC five thousand animal rabies cases are reported each year most of them occur in wildlife. Common Hosts are bats raccoons skunks and foxes. Rabies is almost always fatal to humans once symptoms appear. If you're bitten or scratched by a wild animal. You should seek medical attention immediately. Coyotes generally avoid humans but in some cases they can become aggressive. Usually when sick or emaciated coyotes like pigeons? Geese and deer have adapted to thrive in the wildlife urban interface and are becoming quite common on the fringes of towns and cities though they are generally a much bigger threat to pets than humans. People living in areas with coyotes should be aware that the animals can occasionally threatened humans especially small children attacks. A rare but if you are attacked dues. O'reilly did.