Lab Monkey MISSING After Crash In Pennsylvania, Public Told Not To Approach Animal, Call 911

Residents of a Pennsylvania county were warned Saturday not to approach a monkey that was missing after a crash involving a pickup that was towing a trailer taking about 100 of the animals to a lab.

State troopers urged people not to look for or capture the cynomolgus monkey following the Friday afternoon crash on a state highway near an Interstate 80 exit in Montour County.

“Anyone who sees or locates the monkey is asked not to approach, attempt to catch, or come in contact with the monkey. Please call 911 immediately,” troopers tweeted.- #LabMonkey #Missing #News

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  1. They lying and planning this. Next thing they going to say is the monkey had some virus and got infected with humans, then next thing you know the b.s. Virus spread worldwide when they know Damn sure they have another plandemic coming. False flags

  2. Like I said ages ago movies are copying the past. It's happened before but it was never made public like it has been now.
    Researchers for movie makers regurgitate old news

  3. Is this code for something else.. I mean I’m already on high alert around all strangers… but you better shoot those monkeys if you see one. Nothing cute about a dangerous animal terrorizing society

  4. Why would monkeys be taped up in boxes? Why would the truck crash conveniently? What lab made disease is being exposed to us now????? Outbreak movie 1995.

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