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"The dog had the raccoon by the belly and the raccoon had the dog by the face," Charlie Weidman said. When his youngest daughter succeeded a second time in separating the two animals, the raccoon fell directly at Weidman's feet. A volunteer firefighter and diver, Weidman said he thinks a lot about how he can bring a fast resolution to tricky situations. Dealing with a raccoon proved no different. In about four seconds, Weidman placed one foot on the raccoon's head and his other foot on the raccoon's chest. He reached for the knife he keeps on his belt - but it wasn't there.
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