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Another dog bite

 


Grand Coulee police are referring another dog bite incident to the city council for a possible “potentially dangerous dog” designation.

The complaint stated that two small dogs jumped on a juvenile girl Saturday and bit her on the hand, each leg and her stomach.

The girl and a friend had entered a gated and fenced area at 316 Burdin Boulevard and were attacked by the dogs. The area was fenced and had “beware of dog” signs on display. The dogs are owned by Gerald Gendron.

The girl was treated at Coulee Medical Center.



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