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"FAIRMOUNT"–The Series: Pt. 8 ~ ‘The Rush’ of “34th St. and Girard Avenue” ~

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Gregory Boulware (gregoryvboulware) | 24 comments /*

~"FAIRMOUNT" – The Series~
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~”FAIRMOUNT”~
By
Gregory V. Boulware, Esq.

Pt. 8: ‘The Rush’ of “34th St. and Girard Avenue”

“My wife will be so very proud of me.” He was thinking of his adept and professional attentiveness and dispatched speed in the performance of his duties. He was proud of himself. All of that feeling was rewarding. It was a fulfilling and self-alluring experience. In an instant, it was all shot to hell when he arrived at the bruin exhibit. It didn’t matter how soon the guards reacted to the alarms. Their actions would make no difference in what could have been prevented. They could not have prevented what they found. There was nothing they could do…nothing to prevent the damage and destruction encountered at the bear exhibit and the front gate. The brown and black bear exhibit was destroyed…it was obliterated. The bears where on the loose – no one knew where. Six brown bears, five black bears, two grizzlies, and a female Alaskan Kodiak were roaming the streets of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Police, Fire, Zoo Administrators, and City Officials as well as the Federal and National Park Rangers were notified. Captain Samuel was at home asleep when he got the call. Jarard Noodles was in a bar near Thompson Street, in Fishtown.
Many of the tracks were those of fully-grown bears. The two sets of tracks that pointed towards the railroad overpass proved to be of high interest to the men. They were two sets of tiny paw prints.
The two young bear cubs, one female and the other male, were found under the train trestle. They were huddled together under the bridge attempting to elude their hunting enemies. They appeared to be cold and frightened. The rangers approached the twins with stealth and caution. They didn’t want to take a chance at scaring the cubs into bolting. The rangers moved slowly with a reassuring posture. The cubs watched them intently but didn’t run. They allowed the rangers to approach and touch them. The human contact was not threatening to the cubs. They had experienced human contact before.
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The Collage:

Pt. 1: ‘Strawberry Mansion’
https://www.goodreads.com/topic/show/...

Pt. 2: “Smith Playground In North Philly”~
https://www.goodreads.com/topic/show/...

Pt. 3: ‘A Sweet Briar License’
https://www.goodreads.com/topic/show/...

Pt. 4: ‘A Pillar of Salt’
https://www.goodreads.com/topic/show/...

Pt. 5: ‘The Myrtlewood Street Funeral’~
https://www.goodreads.com/topic/show/...

Pt. 6: “Physical Alterations”
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Pt. 7: ‘That Damned River’
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Pt. 8: ‘The Rush’ of “34th St. and Girard Avenue”
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