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A hawk swooped down on a student touring Fenway Park today. The girl was not seriously hurt, according to the Red Sox.

(Boston Globe Staff Photo / John Tlumacki)

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A hawk swooped down on Connecticut student Alexa Rodriguez, who was touring Fenway Park today. A-Rod was not seriously hurt, according to the Red Sox.

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