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Two Jones teens in hospital after dog attack

JONES COUNTY, MS (WDAM) -

Two Jones County teenagers are in the hospital after they were attacked by two dogs in the southwestern part of the county Saturday. 

The Jones County Sheriff's Department said that two 15-year-old girls were bitten by two large dogs on Garrick Road. 

They were both taken by ambulance to a local hospital. There's no word on their conditions yet. 

Officials said the incident is still under investigation and said that no charges have been filed. 

There's also no information yet on the disposition of the animals. 

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