Dog Viciously Bites A News Anchor’s Face On Live-TV [VIDEO]
We have seen this type accident happen one too many times. Animals are brought onto a television news set and the animal wants nothing to do with the interview. This time, a rescued dog did not like it when Denver 's Channel 9 news anchor Kyle Dyer got too close and invaded it's personal space.
Dyer, a fixture on 9News for more than 15 years, suffered facial injuries during an in-studio segment following up on the previous day's rescue of an Argentine Dogo from a Lakewood Reservoir.
"Kyle is doing good," 9News Vice President Patti Dennis said during an appearance on the station's 4 p.m. newscast. "She just got out of surgery about 2 o'clock this afternoon. She had reconstructive surgery on her lip — and she's doing well, and will make a recovery, and we're all thinking about her and her family."
The dog was in custody at the Denver Animal Shelter at the time of the accident.
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