MIAMI — A worker for Miami-Dade County was hospitalized after she was attacked by two dogs while attempting to serve an eviction notice in the city’s Little Havana neighborhood, authorities said.
The victim, who was not immediately identified, was taken to Jackson Memorial Hospital for treatment after the incident, which occurred around 11 a.m. in the 200 block of SW 9th Avenue, police said.
The scene after a county worker was bitten by a dog Tuesday morning in Miami.
She was said to be in stable condition and being treated for dog bites to her head and lower body.
According to police, the woman was trying to deliver the eviction document when she was bitten by two American Bulldogs.
Surveillance video showed the Miami-Dade court processor at the gate of the home to deliver the eviction notice before the video cuts to the two dogs running out and attacking her on the street.