911 Audio of Woman Bitten by Dak Prescott’s Pit Bull: ‘They Bit off my Finger!’

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The 911 recording of a woman who claimed that Dallas Cowboys quarterback Dak Prescott’s pit bull attacked her and even bit off her finger, has been released.

Prescott’s dog reportedly ran off from his Frisco, Texas, home and entered the neighbor’s property, TMZ reported.

According to reports, the dog attacked neighbor Beth Taylor’s dog, then turned on her when she tried to stop the dog fight.

An audio recording reportedly of the 911 call the woman made to police features a terrified Taylor reporting the attack.

“They’ve broken down my fence in my backyard and then they bit off my finger!” the woman says. “The tip of my finger!”

“I don’t know if it’s completely off,” the 50-year-old said of the fingertip that was bitten … “There’s something partially there. It’s like from mid-finger nail. It’s still there I think. It’s just one half on.”

The woman on the recording goes on to say that he dog was injured in the attack and asks for police to be dispatched to the scene.

Another voice is heard on the recording also telling officials that the woman lost part of her finger in the attack.

The pit bull, Icon, was taken into custody by Collin County officials and put into quarantine to be checked for rabies.

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