NEW ALBANY, IN (WAVE) – New Albany police shot and killed a pair of loose dogs after they attacked and hurt a neighbor.
When authorities arrived on the scene after the attack EMTs helped the victim, George Underhill, while officers found the dogs nearby. Animal control officers tried to detain the dogs but when they became more aggressive the officer asked police to step in. that's when they shot and killed the dogs.
The dogs attacked Underhill while he was outside in the neighborhood. Underhill, who has several cuts, bruises and other injuries from the incident, said he did not see the attack coming.
"I happened to look up and I seen them dogs came from down there and just running fast ya know," said Underhill, "I couldn't imagine or dream that they would take they would bite me."
The case has been transferred to New Albany Floyd County Animal Control authorities for a follow up investigation.