The New York Times has published a story about a local Florida man who was hospitalized after a dog attacked him and took him to the hospital.
The story appears to have been fabricated by the Times and has been pulled from the newspaper’s website.
It was removed by the newspaper late Thursday afternoon.
The New Yorker published a similar story from the same day.
The Times, which has also been criticized for its accuracy, did not immediately respond to a request for comment.
The Miami Herald, which also has had a difficult year with its stories, did have a story pulled from its website.
The Florida Marlins posted the story on its website, but has not removed it.
In the Miami Herald story, a dog was reported to have attacked the man and taken him to a hospital.
At the hospital, he was treated and released, but later died.
The man was not named in the story.
The Marlins posted on its Facebook page that it was investigating the incident.
“We are in the process of investigating this and will have no further comment at this time,” the team wrote.
“As always, we will provide all the information as it becomes available.”
In an email, the Times said that it “has not confirmed or denied the authenticity of this story.”
The Miami Times also had a story taken down earlier this week after it appeared that the Times story had been doctored.
That story was about a man who reported being attacked by a pit bull in the parking lot of a restaurant and received treatment for his injuries at a local hospital.