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  • Residents react to death of Jake the rooster

    On Sept. 1, the rooster many who live on Cross Drive in Citrus Heights referred to as a "neighborhood pet" was hit and killed by a car driving down the street. Now, residents are seeking information on the incident as they mourn the loss of their friend and pet, Jake.

On Sept. 1, the rooster many who live on Cross Drive in Citrus Heights referred to as a "neighborhood pet" was hit and killed by a car driving down the street. Now, residents are seeking information on the incident as they mourn the loss of their friend and pet, Jake. Emily Zentner The Sacramento Bee
On Sept. 1, the rooster many who live on Cross Drive in Citrus Heights referred to as a "neighborhood pet" was hit and killed by a car driving down the street. Now, residents are seeking information on the incident as they mourn the loss of their friend and pet, Jake. Emily Zentner The Sacramento Bee

‘There are speed bumps.’ Death of neighborhood chicken angers Citrus Heights residents

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