News anchor bitten by dog on television
A television news anchor is currently recovering from injuries sustained when she was bitten in the face by an 85-pound Argentine Mastiff on air.
The incident occurred when the anchor was doing a news segment on the dog and his owner. The dog owner, a local firefighter, rescued the dog from an icy lake after the dog fell into the water while not on a leash.
The anchor was transported to the hospital as soon as paramedics arrived at the scene. The woman was released from the hospital on Thursday after undergoing lip reconstruction surgery in order to correct facial injuries suffered in the attack. The dog has been quarantined for 10 days at the Denver Animal Shelter and it has been discovered that he is up to date on all of his vaccinations.
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