Rochester woman learns how trying to get rid of dead skunk stinks
ROCHESTER — Quite a stinky situation has been made of the disposal of a skunk that waddled into a back yard on Sylvain Street last week and died. The homeowner was then tasked with the removal and disposal of the large critter.
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