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3/19/08

Elderly Lubbock Man Attacked by Three Dogs

Lubbock Animal Control is looking for three dogs that attacked an elderly man around 4.p.m. Wednesday afternoon.

Animal Services Director Kevin Overstreet says the dogs attacked a 90-year-old man as he was trying to get inside his home in the 5400 block of 42nd Street. EMS took the victim to Covenant Medical Center with serious injuries to his arm.

Right now, officials do not know the breed of the dogs.

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