Armed Man Saves Neighbor From Dog Attack

posted on February 6, 2016

When a Dauphin County, Pa., man and his puppy were attacked by a dog last Saturday, a neighbor used his firearm to end the attack and save both victims.

According to WHTM in Harrisburg, the man was outside playing with his puppy when he was attacked by a pit bull. Hearing the melee, the neighbor grabbed his gun, ran to the scene and killed the dog, ending the attack.

At this writing, police had not identified the man who was attacked, nor reported on his condition or the condition of his puppy.

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