This story is making its way around the Internets today, and for good reason:
An Arizona woman ran one mile with a rabid fox's teeth locked into her arm.
The fox attacked the woman while she was out on a jog near Prescott. But the woman kept her wits about her -- she decided it'd be best to keep the fox around so it could be tested for rabies. So she grabbed it by the neck and ran with it to her car, parked a mile away, while the fox was still biting her arm.
She pried the fox off her arm and tossed it in the trunk of her car. She drove herself to the hospital, and the fox then bit an animal-control officer who tried to capture it.
Turns out, the fox did have rabies. Both the jogger and the animal-control officer are undergoing treatment, police said.