DC FF injured stopping dog attack at fire
Firefighters held down two dogs that were attacking people while crews battled a blaze
By Laura French
WASHINGTON — A Washington D.C. firefighter was injured while stopping two dogs from attacking people at a fire scene.
D.C. Fire and EMS crews were battling a blaze when firefighters threw their bodies over the animals to stop them from attacking, according to FOX 5 DC.
One firefighter and a civilian were transported following the incident; officials said their injuries were not life-threatening.
The dogs have been quarantined and the Humane Rescue Alliance is investigating the incident.