A man was taken to a hospital Tuesday morning after he was attacked by two dogs early this morning in Northeast D.C., according to police.

The man was attacked at about 6:45 a.m. at the corner of 36th and East Streets, said officer Tisha Gant, a police spokeswoman.

The man was taken to a hospital; Gant did not provide details of his condition. The dogs were taken to animal control, she said.

NBC is reporting that the man was in his 70s and walking to work when the dogs escaped from “a fenced-in area.”


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