Midwest woman unable to work after pit bull dog bite

While she was walking her own dog down the street, a Midwest woman suffered personal injuries from a pit bull dog bite on the hand. The pit bull was found by two teenage boys who had the pit bull on a leash while trying to find its owner. The pit bull saw the woman and her dog from across the street, managed to break free from the boys’ control, and began attacking the woman’s dog. When the woman tried to pry the dogs apart, the pit bull bit the woman’s hand, causing injuries that have since prevented the woman from working at her factory job. The injuries to the woman’s dog were also severe, including deep fang groove marks and bites to her hind leg, tail, and between her shoulders.

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