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Sorry I got distracted there and I went off on a tangent. The dog had lunged at him first, before the man had stood and cocked his gun. Cursing his luck, he moaned and carried on, dragging his injured leg away from the house in the pouring rain. The barking grew in volume. Each time his right foot made contact with the ground his injured leg screamed at him.
Rain smeared across the phone screen as he typed in the wrong pin. He swore as the dog clamped its jaws over his leg, once again, dropping the device as he lashed out into the night. The dog whimpered and hurtled back towards the confines of the house. He continued past the first scarecrow as a shot rang up around him.
Allowing himself a stifled sob, he carried on past the second scarecrow.
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