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A Clinton, Iowa man was hospitalized after two dogs reportedly attacked him – and police said one of the dogs remained at large.

The attack was reported just after 9 p.m. Tuesday, July 2, 2013 in the 200 block of 16th Place.  Police said 31-year-old Benjamin Nave was attacked as he was walking on 16th Place.

“The first office on the scene shot both dogs to stop the attack,” according to a statement from Sgt. Colin Reid of the Clinton Police Department.  “The dogs fled the area.  One dog was located a short time later and dispatched.  Officers were unable to locate the second dog.”

Police said they have identified the owner of the two dogs.

Nave was taken by ambulance to a local hospital and later transferred to a hospital in Iowa City.

This dog was shot and killed by police, the other dog is still on the loose.

This dog was shot and killed by police, the other dog is still on the loose.