BETHEL TWP., Ohio (WDTN) - Miami County investigators are looking into the circumstances that led a 94-year-old woman to be attacked by dogs at her home Tuesday morning.
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Deputies were called to the home along State Route 202 in Bethel Township around 9:30 a.m. by the woman's son who found her on the ground. He told dispatchers that she had been there for quite some time.
2 NEWS obtained the 911 call where the dog can be heard barking in the background.
The first deputy on the scene reported the woman was suffering from deep lacerations, down to the bone in some areas, all over her body.
Medics determined the woman, who has not been identified, needed to be air lifted to Miami Valley Hospital for treatment.
The dog, a Boston Terrier, was taken into custody for observation.
Deputies say the woman's care taker was home at the time and are interviewing her to determine what happened.
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