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Alpaca on stretcher after Florida crash

First responders carried an alpaca to safety on a stretcher Monday after her driver lost control of his vehicle in the middle of a thunderstorm in Southwestern Florida.

The man’s pickup truck – pulling a trailer with four alpacas – hydroplaned into a guard rail on a bridge in Charlotte County, Fla. ...

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