Boca Raton Police say that a reddish brown Pit Bull Terrier attached a woman sitting by the pool at the Quality Inn — 2899 North Federal Highway. The dog bit the victim on the left wrist, right hand, and right chest area before running off. The woman was rushed to Boca Raton Regional Hospital where she was treated and released.
Palm Beach County Animal Control was notified of the attack and is seeking information about the incident and the whereabouts of the dog. Anyone with information is asked to call Boca Raton Police at 561-368-6201 or call 911. The dog is considered dangerous and should not be approached.
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