TV anchor Kyle Dyer had hospitalized on Wednesday after being bitten in the face by a dog. The accident took place, live, during the presentation of her program. She had to undergo reconstructive surgery of the face.
The dog (whose full name is Maximus Gladiator) had been rescued from the icy waters of Smith Reservoir, in Denver (USA), by a firefighter on the afternoon of Tuesday.
As the conversation progressed, Kyle Dyer stroked Max, who responded to the affection with licks. Then, unexpectedly, bit her face.
The program was "9News" and Warrior Maximus, full name of the dog, was accompanied by his owner, Michael Robinson, and the firefighter who rescued him,according to NY Daily News.
Gary Shapiro, who is the anchor of the program along with Kyle, said that before entering the air, the dog spent 45 minutes with all the TV crew and did not cause any problems.
After the incident in the television studio, Max was taken to the Animal Center of Denver where he will be quarantined for 10 days for technical despistem any disease, including rabies. If all is well, Max will be returned to the owner.