We have heard shocking news about people getting beat by their own dogs or the neighbors, some even died due to the dog attack, which is why getting one of these moments caught on tape more shocking, Kyle Dyer a television anchor for 9News Denver, got her face bitten by an Argentine mastiff.
On Wednesday show Kyle Dyer received a firefighter who rescued Max from a frozen pond, the owner Michael Robinson and Max, the story of the rescue was previously aired by was KUSA-TV, so to have them at the segment was very convenient until Kyle bend down to pet Max and this jumped and bit her on the face.’
Kyle was rushed to the Denver Health Medical Center and underwent reconstructive surgery on her lip, ( News Vice president Patti Dennis released the following statement.
“Kyle is doing good. She just got out of surgery about 2 o’clock this afternoon. She had reconstructive surgery on her lip — and she’s doing well, and will make a recovery, and we’re all thinking about her and her family. Kyle will go through a recovery and be back in a period of weeks – probably several, but she will be back,”
Max in the hands of Denver animal control, he will be quarantined for nearly two weeks, during this time he would under go health tests looking for potential illness including rabies. His owner will be fined for having the dog off leash.
Kyle Dyer from Washington D.C, she got her Bachelor of Science in broadcast journalism and a minor in government and politics from the University of Maryland. She served as field producer and assignment desk editor at WJLA-TV, she then became general reporter at WEHT-TV in Indiana before relocating to Kentucky where she became anchor at WLKY-TV.
Kyle Dyer joined 9News on anchor at WLKY-TV, Kyle’s Kritters aired four years later this weekly show features Animals at the Denver Zoo. Kyle lives in Denver with her beloved husband and adorable daughters Eliza and Josie.
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