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A woman from Preston who lot her sight after her dog ate part of her face has described the attack as "a relief".
Wendy Hamriding, from Ribbleton, was mauled by the animal after falling unconscious while drinking.
She says the attack saved her life, stopping her alcoholism.
A woman whose face was eaten by her dog while she was unconscious, says the animal saved her life.
Wendy Hamriding suffered horrendous injuries when her dog nibbled at her face after she had fallen unconscious while drinking.
Wendy says she was "weeks away from death" because of her alcohol consumption at the time.
She lost an eye during the attack, and subsequent treatment meant she lost sight in her other eye. After pioneering surgery, Wendy has now regained the sight in her remaining eye.
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A woman who had part of her face bitten off by her dog when she was passed out drunk said the incident has ultimately saved her life.