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JACKSONVILLE (CBSMiami/AP) — A Florida zookeeper is home from the hospital just one day after being hurt by a 2-ton white rhinoceros in its zoo enclosure.

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Jacksonville Zoo and Gardens Executive Director Tony Vecchio says the woman was released from a hospital Wednesday morning. No details about her injuries were immediately available.

In a Jacksonville Times-Union report , Vecchio said the 4,000-pound rhino named Archie “bumped her with his horn” during a routine training session Tuesday morning.

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The rhino has never had an incident at the zoo before.

Zoo officials said Archie remains on exhibit with other rhinos. Archie was born in 1969 and has been at the Jacksonville zoo since 1975. He is one of the oldest animals at the zoo.

Vecchio said the zoo is investigating the incident.

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