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Honor Flight Tri State Help get a local vet to see their Memorial in DC
REYNOLDSBURG, Ohio (WTVN) -- The widow of a man who set dozens of wild exotic animals loose before committing suicide last October will get custody of the surviving animals. The animals are currently being quarantined at the Columbus Zoo.
Marian Thompson has been fighting to get the animals since shortly after they were taken by the state to the zoo. Monday, the Ohio Department of Agriculture determined they could no longer prevent the animals from being taken back.
Photo: Animals that were put down last October