GLEN BURNIE, Md. (AP) — Anne Arundel County police say a man and woman are severely injured after being attacked by a pit bull.
Officers were called to a Glen Burnie apartment about 5:30 p.m. Friday and found a 57-year-old woman in the entryway suffering from dog bites. As officers approached the woman, a pit bull ran from a landing and tried to attack the woman. Police distracted the animal, but when it tried to attack the officers, one stunned it with an electronic device, killing the dog.READ MORE: ‘This Is Not Fear Mongering’ Baltimore Mayor Brings Back Indoor Mask Mandate; Governor Says No To Statewide Mask Mandate But Will Require Vaccines, Testing For Some State Employees
Officers then found a 53-year-old man who also had dog bites. Both were taken to Shock Trauma in Baltimore, where police said they were undergoing surgery.READ MORE: 'I Saw It Coming' Residents React To Reinstated Indoor Mask Mandate In Baltimore
Officers say the victims’ injuries are severe, but not life-threatening.
Police say the victims were dog-sitting for one of their children.MORE NEWS: Ravens Announce Countdown To Kickoff Watch Party For Season Opener Against Raiders
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