Woman Attacked by Dog in San Carlos Library

Last week, a woman was attacked by a dog in the San Carlos Library. According to ABC San Diego News Channel 10, the incident happened when another woman bumped into her. She initially thought something sharp in the woman’s backpack stabbed her, but upon inspection of her leg, she was bleeding and found teeth marks and puncture wounds.

The dog, which looked like a white Australian Shepard with black markings on its head, was sitting with the woman who bumped into her. The woman claimed she was going out to her car to get the dog’s information but did not return to the library. As a result, the injured woman has now had to start a series of rabies shots. Anyone with information about this dog is being asked to contact the San Diego Humane Society.

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