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Santa Clara Co. Park Closed After Mountain Lion Attacks 6-Year-Old

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Santa Clara Co. Park Closed After Mountain Lion Attacks 6-Year-Old

Santa Clara Co. Park Closed After Mountain Lion Attacks 6-Year-Old

A popular Santa Clara County park is closed after a mountain lion attacked a 6-year old.

Devin Fehely went to Rancho San Antonio Park where rangers are trying to track down the cat before it attacks again.

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