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PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — A Philadelphia Phillies fan injured by a flying hot dog has gotten an apology from the team and an offer of free tickets to a game.

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Kathy McVay got hit in the face by a hot dog Monday from the Phillie Phanatic’s mobile hot dog launcher.

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That dog was wrapped in duct tape.

McVay, who was sitting behind home plate, had to go to the hospital and suffered a hematoma.

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She says she couldn’t catch the dog or bat it away because of a shoulder injury.