Dog Attacks Anchor
February 10, 2012 by staff
Dog Attacks Anchor, A dog rescued by a firefighter from a freezing pond was impounded Wednesday after biting a veteran Denver, Colo., television anchor in the face during a live morning broadcast.
The anchor, Kyle Dyer, was doing a follow-up interview on the dramatic rescue of 85-pound Argentine mastiff Gladiator Maximus, also known as Max, after he fell into a Lakewood lake Tuesday while chasing a coyote. Firefighter Tyler Sugaski, who put on a wetsuit and rescued the dog, was also being interviewed when the attack occurred.
According to KUSA-TV, firefighters, paramedics and animal control were called to the station after the attack.
The station later showed video of Dyer petting the dog, but stopped before the attack occurred and said they would not rebroadcast it. Other video showed the dog lunging at Dyer and viciously biting her face.
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