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A close encounter
A source close to the Atomic City Roadrunners said that while running in the canyon behind the Aquatic Center last week, Ted Romero heard a squeaking noise, looked down and saw a bobcat looking up at him — with a squirrel in its mouth.
Ted continued running down the trail – later telling friends that he sure was glad that big cat already had his mouth full.
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