SPRINGFIELD, Ohio (WDTN) - A rabid bat was found in Clark County, prompting a warning from health officials.
They found the bat last Friday in a Springfield home.
Experts say more infected bats could be in the area, so people who live in the area should take the proper precautions and stay away from wild animals.
Bats are common carriers of the potentially deadly viral infection.
Bats have been the only animal to test positive for rabies in Clark County since 2005.
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