WILLIAMSBURG, Va. (WAVY) — Officials say a wild gray fox bit five people, one dog, and one cat in Williamsburg.

According to city officials, fox bites and sightings were reported in the areas of Mimosa Drive, Boundary Street, Counselor’s Way, and Griffin Avenue on August 22.

The fox reported in the recent incident is now deceased. Health officials say lab results show the fox was positive for the rabies virus.

A little over a year ago, two people were attacked by a rabid fox at Busch Gardens Williamsburg. Officials say that fox was captured and died shortly after the attack.

Last week, a rabid fox was found in the 200 block of Pritchard Roads in Lynnhaven Forest in Virginia Beach. The fox is now deceased as well.

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