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Miami Gardens, FL – Man Hospitalized in Dog Attack on 175th Ave

Miami Gardens, FL - Man Hospitalized in Dog Attack on 175th Ave

Miami Gardens, FL (November 19, 2023) – According to authorities, a pack of dogs attacked a man on Saturday night in South Florida. The victim is still in the hospital, healing from his injuries. Officers from the Miami Gardens Police Department responded to reports of a man injured at a residence on Northwest 175th Avenue at approximately 6:15 p.m., according to local officials. Upon arrival, authorities discovered the man in his backyard, severely injured, and immediately summoned air transport to assist with his urgent treatment. The four dogs allegedly attacked the victim in his backyard, and all were apprehended by law enforcement.  The identity of the individual who owned the dogs is unknown.

Our thoughts are extended to the injured man and his loved ones at this time. We hope for his full recovery.

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