Thursday, July 7, 2011
CROSBY TX - 10-YEAR-OLD BOY IN CRITICAL CONDITION AFTER BEING ATTACKED BY 2 DOGS WHILE RIDING HIS BIKE
SEE LATEST UPDATE AT: http://www.dogsbitedecatural.com/2011/07/crosby-tx-if-we-can-save-one-child-wipe.html
UPDATE July 7, 2011 - More information is coming out on the condition of the young Crosby boy, Mario Lopez, that was attacked by 2 Pit Bull Mixes 1 week ago. His mother says he may be in the hospital until the end of the summer. His mother says the bites all over his body are so bad, she's not sure he will ever play football again. She says he has huge chunks missing all over his arms and legs and is still covered in bandages Doctors at Memorial Hermann Hospital have operated on Mario 3 times and:
MANAGED TO REATTACH HIS EAR !!!!!!
His mother, DeAnn calls the doctors -- Miracle Workers. She says her son remembers almost everything about the attack. He knows 2 women saved his life by pulling the dogs off of him, but he can't remember what they look like. She says she and her son will be eternally grateful.
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Friday - July 1, 2011 - In an updated article from Houston- FELONY CHARGES FILED IN HUFFMAN DOG ATTACK - (Google maps shows Crosby and Huffman just north of Houston) Kimberly Sheppard, 28, and Michael Hanes, 30, are charged with a third degree felony for negligent failure to secure a dog resulting in an attack. Witnesses say the boy, 10-year-old Mario Lopez, had severe injuries to one side of his body including an ear that looked partially detached. He was airlifted by a medical helicopter to the hospital.
Thursday, June 30, 2011 - A 10-year-old boy, Mario Lopez, was attacked while riding his bike by a Pit Bull and a Lab Mix. His sister screamed for help and neighbors ran to help and pulled the dogs off of him. He was transported to Memorial Hermann Hospital where he is listed in critical condition.
The owner says the dogs were in a kennel and must have dug out, but neighbors say the dogs were never secured. The Harris County Sheriff's Office says the owner will most likely be charged with a crime.