Happening Now: Police Respond To Dog Attack In Newark’s West Branch Neighborhood

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Newark –  Just before 11:00 Sunday morning Newark Police responded to reports of a dog attack in the area of W Mill Drive and Delrem Drive in the West Branch neighborhood in northeast Newark.

Early reports from the scene indicate that a resident from W Mill Drive suffered several bites from a pit bull that had gotten loose.

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Police are reporting that the dog is nowhere to be found.

EMT’s from Aetna Hose, Hook, and Ladder are transporting one patient the Christiana Hosptial.

Several officers are in the area investigating.


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