Tennessee Sheriff’s Officer Bitten By Dog While Serving Civil Warrant.

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A Knox County, Tennessee sheriff’s officer serving a civil warrant was bitten Friday morning by a dog and taken to a local hospital for treatment. Officer Rhonda Steele was bitten about 8 a.m. on the leg. The wound was serious enough that an ambulance was summoned and officers kept continuous pressure on the wound until medical aid arrived.  After paramedics examined Officer Steele, an officer drove her in a cruiser to the University of Tennessee Medical Center for treatment. Details concerning the breed of dog that attacked Officer Steele, and if the dog was apprehended to determine if it had been vaccinated for rabies, were not immediately available. Officer Steele graduated from the Knox County Sheriff’s Offices regional training academy in October 2012.

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