California:
Coyote attacks, sightings prompt Montebello park closure
The California Department of Fish and Wildlife closed down Grant Rea Park in Montebello Tuesday after reports of coyote attacks.

Montebello police said the department received two reports of coyotes biting people within the last seven to 10 days at or near the park, which is in the 600 block of Rea Drive. Authorities said the victims in the instances suffered superficial wounds.

The park will be closed until further notice, according to the department.

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