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Dog attack victim Cindy Whisman (Source: WXIX)
Dog attack victim Cindy Whisman (Source: WXIX)
TUESDAY: Chance of scattered shower and storms. May produce heavy rains at times. High: 80
TUESDAY NIGHT: Scattered storms with clearing after midnight to partly cloudy. LOW: 65
WEDNESDAY: Might see spotty shower but mainly a partly cloudy day and cooler. High: 77

A Butler County, Ohio woman was mauled to death Monday afternoon by her family's dog. 59-year-old Cindy Whisman was with her grandson in the backyard of her Eck Road home when the dog attacked. Whisman suffered multiple injuries to her face, neck and body and was pronounced dead when authorities arrived around 1 p.m., according to the Butler County Sheriff's Office. Neighbor Wayne Walker said he witnessed the attack and attempted to intervene by striking the dog with a metal pole. "When I hit him he went straight for that door. I hit it with the intention to kill it," Walker told FOX19. The dog belonged to Whisman's daughter, who says she's never seen aggression out of the animal before. "Never attacked anybody. It doesn't sound like my dog or something my dog would do," said Julie Whisman. She said her mother had been staying at her home to help watch her 2-year-old son. The child was not harmed in the attack. 

(CNN) – If you have swiped your card at a P.F. Chang's, then someone might have swiped your information. The restaurant chain says credit and debit card information may have been stolen from 33 restaurant locations. The majority are locations in California, with the rest scattered around the U.S. P.F. Chang's first found out about the data breach on June 10, when it was alerted by the Secret Service. The time frame for the potential theft dates back as far back as October 2013. P.F. Chang's is providing free identity protection services for those who may have been affected, and it continuing to investigate the situation. The company said that it's now safe for customers to use credit and debit cards at its restaurants.

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 Julia Tullos, WOIO Assignment Manager