Police accidentally tase, shoot woman who was attacked by dog

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KENOSHA, Wis. – Authorities say a woman is recovering after being accidentally tased and shot by an officer in Wisconsin.

According to WTMJ, police were called to a neighborhood after an English bulldog allegedly attacked two people.

Once officers arrived, they say the dog began to charge them.

At that point, WTMJ says an officer attempted to tase the dog.

However, the taser probe accidentally hit a woman, who had been attacked by the dog.

Authorities then made the decision to shoot the dog.

In the process of killing the animal, the woman was also shot in the foot.

“So, this woman had unfortunately had a very bad day,” said Sheriff David Beth, with the Kenosha County Sheriff’s Office.

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