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I work for a service plaza that requires me to walk across a large parking lot that is owned by them and the adjoining service station. A year ago, I was attacked by a dog in the parking lot. It belonged to a customer that quickly left as soon as he learned that the police were called. I wound up having to get a series of rabies shots and several stitches. When I talked to the manager on duty, she said that she was aware of the dog and had spoken to the owner about tying up the dog, but that she didn't follow up on it and was sorry that I was injured. I feel it is negligent on their part to not do more to ensure the safety of their employees when there was a known potential danger.
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