Updated: Wednesday, Aug. 29, 2:56 p.m.
According to the Tolland Public Safety Department, the bite victim has been identified as Victoria Brocuglio. The department also confirmed that the dog is up to date on its rabies vaccinations.
Tolland first responders transferred a 20-year-old woman to Rockville Hospital on Tuesday afternoon, after a pit bull at bit her on the face and arms, according to Public Safety Director and Fire Chief John Littell.
Littell said that the pit bull inflicted several "serious" bite wounds on the victim, who was later transferred from Rockville to Hartford Hospital.
He added that the dog was not on the scene when first responders and state police arrived at the campground on Tuesday afternoon, but that the dog was found and quarantined later in the day with the assistance of an animal control officer.
Littell said that the dog will remain quarantined while officials determine if the animal is up to date on its rabies vaccines. He said that the dog involved in the attack is from Manchester and was staying at a different site on the campground from the victim.
The dog's owners were not on the scene during the attack, Littell said. Another adult pit bull and two young pit bulls were also present, he added.
The case is still under investigation.
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