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    • Search halted for missing Gaboon Viper

      Search halted for missing Gaboon Viper

      Tuesday, April 22 2014 7:08 PM EDT2014-04-22 23:08:20 GMT
      The missing viper could still be out there, but the search has been halted for safety concerns.
      The missing viper could still be out there, but the search has been halted for safety concerns.
    • Handler on possibly loose viper: "This is nothing to play with"

      Handler on possibly loose viper: "This is nothing to play with"

      Tuesday, April 22 2014 6:09 PM EDT2014-04-22 22:09:14 GMT
      This gaboon viper is about two feet smaller than the one that's possibly missing.This gaboon viper is about two feet smaller than the one that's possibly missing.
      The Town of Mt. Pleasant is on high alert.Just days after the Harbor Pointe apartment complex alerted its residents about a possible loose gaboon viper, experts are warning neighbors near the area to be careful.
      The Town of Mt. Pleasant is on high alert.Just days after the Harbor Pointe apartment complex alerted its residents about a possible loose gaboon viper, experts are warning neighbors near the area to be careful.
    • Horse accident has some calling for horse/carriage ban in downtown Charleston

      Horse accident has some calling for horse/carriage ban in downtown Charleston

      Thursday, April 24 2014 9:10 AM EDT2014-04-24 13:10:38 GMT
      The horse that bolted off with his carriage and crashed into the Charleston Market Tuesday afternoon has some people talking about banning horses/carriages downtown. Debbie Hall started a Facebook page after the recent incident in Savannah, when a horse there was spooked. She says these horse incidents prove carriages do not need to be in downtown Charleston. “You have to look at the other side of what’s being used ...
      The horse that bolted off with his carriage and crashed into the Charleston Market Tuesday afternoon has some people talking about banning horses/carriages downtown. Debbie Hall started a Facebook page after the recent incident in Savannah, when a horse there was spooked. She says these horse incidents prove carriages do not need to be in downtown Charleston. “You have to look at the other side of what’s being used ...
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