Carpenter Fired After Freeing Trapped Animal At Construction Site
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The San Francisco Chronicle reports Todd Sutton was working on part of a $610 million renovation project at the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art in February when he came to work one morning and discovered the animal in the trap.
Webcor, the company overseeing the project, had reportedly called in animal control specialists to trap the raccoons at the site because the animals were causing damage.
Sutton knew that the trapped raccoons would be hauled off and euthanized so he decided to act.
“I was just doing what I thought was right,” Sutton said. “He was just a little baby. I said, ‘I’m not going to let this happen. I’m going to do what is necessary for this raccoon.’”
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