Gophers Blamed For Injury To Schoolgirl In Fremont, CA
Last modified on: September 29, 2020
A young lady playing on the sports fields at Thornton High School in Fremont fell while running on a field heavily infested with gophers. Witnesses said it looked as though she fell because she tripped over a gopher pile or stepped in a gopher hole.
Her family fears that she may not be able to play sports again due to the severe injury she sustained to her leg. Apparently broken badly and requiring a titanium rod to repair.
This exemplifies why it is so important to get rid of gophers in school fields. Many schools do not have gopher control in the budget until it is too late. A law suit often is the result of these gopher-related injuries.
It is not hard to keep a school or park field free of gophers or moles. A simple trapping program will eradicate them quickly and keep the populations near zero all the time.
To view the news report, please visit http://sanfrancisco.cbslocal.com/video?autoStart=true&topVideoCatNo=default&clipId=10662795
Author Bio: Zach Smith
Landscape Pro Turned Gopher Pro: Owner, Zach Smith, graduate of Cal Poly’s Horticulture program worked nine years as a landscape professional- dealing with gophers, moles, and ground squirrels and was quickly recruited by other local gardeners. Fast forward to the past 10+ years, where Zach and his team trap and remove burrowing pests from residential, municipal and commercial properties throughout the San Francisco Bay area, from Marin to Monterey.
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