Man severely injured by dogs in Downtown Fresno
FRESNO, Calif. (KFSN) -- A man is recovering from severe injuries after police say a group of dogs attacked him in Downtown Fresno overnight.
Fresno Police say four pitbull mixes attacked the man at Broadway and San Benito, around midnight.
The man was taken to Community Regional Medical Center. His name and his condition have not been released.
Officers had to fire several non-lethal rounds to control the dogs. None of the dogs was injured in the incident.
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