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Omaha police officers shoot dog after it bites teen's leg
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Omaha police officers shoot dog after it bites teen's leg

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Omaha police officers shot a dog Wednesday after it attacked a teenager.

Officers responded to reports of a dog attack about 8 p.m. near 49th and Farnam streets.

The dog bit a 17-year-old girl in the leg and wouldn't let go, leading officers to shoot and kill the dog, said Officer Phil Anson, a police spokesman.

The teenager was taken to the hospital to be treated for her injuries.

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