Transcript for Attack Dogs Take Aim at White House Intruder
Now to Washington, and the white house. And those new images of an intruder on the north lawn. This time, though, attack dogs rushing in to secret service, too, just weeks after that other intruder got through the front door. ABC's Pierre Thomas now, walking us through the takedown. Those docks taking aim. Reporter: This white house fence jumper didn't get very far. A Fox News cameraman on the north lawn captured the scene as a secret service dog attacks the suspect just four seconds after he touches down. Two seconds later, another canine joins the fight. In nine seconds, the officers are there. It's over in 17 seconds. He didn't get like, ten feet past the fence. Reporter: 34 days ago, a fence jumper made it deep inside the white house, but Dominic adesanya was stopped cold. He had posted anti-obama messages online. And last July was arrested trying to get into the white house. Tonight, he is charged with making threats and assaulting officers. K-9 officers named hurricane and Jordan. The animals that performed so bravely last night, I think the individual last night probably saw pretty vividly why we all keep our distance. Reporter: The two dogs were treated for minor bruising, but they have been cleared for duty, and David, they are back on the job today. Pierre Thomas at the white house. Pierre, thank you.
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