September 25, 2020
Two injured in Hemet dog attacks
HEMET (INT) Four dogs that attacked two people in a pair of unrelated incidents have been rounded up and will likely be euthanized.

One victim managed to run from two stray dogs and suffered only minor injuries.

Another man was hospitalized with bites on his face and legs. A pair of 2-year-old female pit bulls were not licensed, unaltered and had no rabies shots. They had escaped from a nearby home through a window that had been left open.

Both attacks occurred Monday evening near Hemet.

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