A Denver news anchor was bitten on the face by an Argentine mastiff on her live show last week.
She was interviewing a firefighter who had saved the dog the day before from an icy lake. The dog’s owner and the dog were also invited to be a part of the segment. The dog was calm throughout the interview, but it was when the anchor woman knelled down to get closer that the dog attacked.
She was immediately taken to the hospital where she had reconstructive surgery. Doctors say the surgery was successful, and she should be back at work in a few weeks. The dog will be quarantined for ten days for the attack.
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