A Warner Robins woman was attacked by a pit bull Monday morning as she was taking out her trash, police said.
Tabitha Pugh, public information officer for Warner Robins police, said the woman suffered extensive injuries to her right calf and was taken by ambulance to The Medical Center of Central Georgia in Macon.
Warner Robins Animal Control euthanized the dog Tuesday morning by order of the health department, Pugh said.
Another dog that also snapped at the woman but did not bite her ran off before animal control officers arrived after the 10 a.m. attack at 300 King Arthur Lane, Pugh said.
Police do not know who owned the pit bull involved in the attack, Pugh said.