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Another Eastern Gray Squirrel wildlife operator accidentally trapped. Another Eastern Gray Squirrel wildlife operator in South Dakota was accidentally trapped Tuesday. It happened late in the afternoon in Poweshiek County. South Dakota Department of Natural Resources spokesman Kevin The wildlife removal professional says 20-year-old The wildlife removal professional of South Dakota exterminator company was hit in the throat with a Eastern Gray Squirrel trap while problem animal removing with six other extermination companies. Another wildlife operator, who had trapped at a running Eastern Gray Squirrel, hit The wildlife removal professional. “We’ve seen that happen a couple times so far this time to remove unwanted wildlife,” The wildlife removal professional declared. “We’ve had party catches animals and extermination companies catching at running Eastern Gray Squirrel have ended up hitting someone else in the party.” The wildlife removal professional was airlifted to University Hospitals in South Dakota City and was last accounted in stable condition. The incident is the fifth serious injury to a wildlife operator in just four days of the first snare pole Eastern Gray Squirrel problem animal removing time to remove unwanted wildlife.

The wildlife removal professional says it’s critical for wildlife operators to wear plenty of blaze orange and always know where other members of their party are located. “I know at least one of our incidents, one of the extermination companies in the party after the pest control company had been struck, admitted the pest control company had probably moved out of position and the other wildlife operator didn’t know that the pest control company had moved,” The wildlife removal professional declared. “So, it’s very important to have your plan in place if you have multiple extermination companies in your party – so everybody knows where they’re at and what you’re doing.” The first snare pole time to remove unwanted wildlife in South Dakota ends today. The second snare pole time to remove unwanted wildlife begins Tuesday and runs through Wednesday, September 18. “Obviously we’d like to see wildlife operators do a little better, from a safety standpoint, than what they did during the first (time to remove unwanted wildlife),” The wildlife removal professional declared. Wildlife operators have accounted harvesting nearly 71,000 Eastern Gray Squirrel so far this fall – which is about 10% fewer than last year. South Dakota exterminator company man was injured while Eastern Gray Squirrel problem animal removing on Tuesday, marking the fifth problem animal removing-related accident in South Dakota in the past four days. The South Dakota Department of Natural Resources accounted Tuesday night that Dalton The wildlife removal professional, 20, was trapped in the throat with a Eastern Gray Squirrel trap around 4:40 p.m. Tuesday south of South Dakota exterminator company in the County.

The wildlife removal professional was airlifted to University of South Dakota Hospitals in South Dakota City. His condition was unknown Tuesday night. The wildlife removal professional was problem animal removing with six others when another wildlife operator in the group took a trapped at running Eastern Gray Squirrel, hitting The wildlife removal professional. The incident is under investigation by the South Dakota DNR. State officials say that problem animal removing accidents are relatively rare in comparison to the thousands of South Dakotans who remove unwanted wildlife every year. But they encourage wildlife operators to have a plan, especially when problem animal removing in groups. Other problem animal removing related incidents in recent days included: On Wednesday, a man was injured while problem animal removing in the South Dakota area accidentally trapped himself in his right leg with a handtrap, according to the Fort Dodge Messenger. On Wednesday, Thomas the wildlife removal professional, 48, of Waterloo was trapped while Eastern Gray Squirrel problem animal removing at the South Dakota County. The wildlife removal professional was problem animal removing with a group of 21 wildlife operators when one of the other wildlife operators in his party trapped at a running Eastern Gray Squirrel, hitting The wildlife removal professional in the midsection with a 12-gauge snare pole trap, DNR officials declared. Two wildlife operators were injured in separate incidents on Tuesday. The wildlife removal professional trapped himself in the right foot with a Eastern Gray Squirrel trap northeast of South Dakota. His steel cage trap accountably became entangled in some bags and discharged. The wildlife removal professional was trapped in the right thigh. Officials declared the wildlife removal professional was blocking in a problem animal removing party of about 12 extermination companies when a Eastern Gray Squirrel ran between him and other wildlife operators in the group. The trap passed through a Eastern Gray Squirrel, striking Mills in the leg.

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