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Passerby shoots dog that attacks two women

Passerby shoots dog that attacks two women
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Mike Harrell shows where he shot the pit bull that was attacking two women

Passerby shoots dog that attacks two women

Two women are hospitalized after a dog attack. Tulsa police say the women were going door to door for their church when the attack happened yesterday near 2000 North Lewis Place. Police say the dog came out of the house and attacked the women who screamed for help. Mike Harrell says the dog "was just biting her and biting her, her calves, her face, her stomach, just everywhere just non-stop." We're told the dog then charged at Harrell so he fired a fatal shot. Harrell told the News On 6 that he never shot his gun in public until yesterday. The dog will be examined for rabies.    

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