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Video: San Francisco Officer Suffers Chemical Burns from Bleach Attack

May 10, 2016  | 

VIDEO: San Francisco Officer Suffers Chemical Burns from Bleach Attack

A police officer suffered chemical burns after being doused with bleach in San Francisco's Tenderloin neighborhood Saturday night, police said.

The officer was responding to a call about a dog bite shortly after 11 p.m. in the 100 block of Hyde Street when the suspect, a 47-year-old woman, allegedly poured bleach from a sixth-story window, police told KTVU TV.

The officer was taken to a hospital with chemical burns, treated, and released.


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Bob peterson @ 6/4/2016 12:06 PM

It's so hard being a police officer without idiots like this woman. I don't know what it's going to take to stop the madness. What ever her reason, she needs a good ass whipping and I know that isn't allowed. Any assault on an officer should have a mandatory sentence in jail that cannot be reduced by any judge and it should run total before the sentence for the assault.

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