Rabies Shots Recommended for Kids Bitten in Bus Dog Attack

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    Authorities recommend that children bitten by a dog on a bus Wednesday get rabies shots.

    Test results of the American bulldog were “unsatisfactory,” and authorities cannot determine whether or not the dog had rabies, according to the Prince George’s County Health Department. The children’s families will be notified.

    Dog Attacks Students in Clinton, 4 Injured

    [DC] Dog Attacks Students in Clinton, 4 Injured
    A dog attacks children getting on a school bus in Clinton, Md. (Published Wednesday, May 18, 2011)

    The dog followed Rashawn Ray on to the bus in Clinton, Md., Wednesday morning.

    Bus driver Barry Jones said the dog appeared to be chasing Rashawn but also attacked anyone in the way.

    Listen To Dog Attack 911 Call

    [DC] Listen To Dog Attack 911 Call
    Listen to a panicked 9-1-1 call moments after a dog got on a Prince George's County school bus and began attacking children. It happened Wednesday morning. (Published Friday, May 20, 2011)

    Jones was able to kick and punch the dog and chase it off the bus. When authorities arrived, they shot the dog.

    The dog didn’t have a collar, and authorities still have not found an owner.