911 calls released after Plainfield dog attack left woman in critical condition
PLAINFIELD – The investigation into the dog attack that left a woman in critical condition continued Thursday.
Plainfield police and animal control are looking at what led several dogs to attack a home-health aide Wednesday.
Lynne Denning, 56, is a self-employed health care worker and was caring for an elderly woman at a home in Plainfield when the incident occurred.
“She had severe injuries to her face, shoulders, her arms and her legs,” said Plainfield Police Chief Michael Surprenant yesterday. “One of the worst attacks that members of the Plainfield police and on the ambulance corps that we’ve seen in this area.”
A GoFundMe page has been set up to help the victim. You can find it here.
The dogs belong to Jenna Allen, 29, of Plainfield. Fox CT obtained a copy of the 911 call.
Warning: the sound may be upsetting to some.
Denning remains in critical condition at Hartford Hospital. Police have visited the hospital, but have not been able to interview her.
All six dogs are currently being housed at the Plainfield Animal Control office. Police and animal control are working to determine if dogs were all properly licensed, and if they were up to date on vaccinations. The dogs could be put down depending on the outcome of the investigation.