Thursday, September 24, 2015

CACHE OK - A PIT BULL WAS FOUND HOURS AFTER IT POUNCED ON A 2-YEAR-OLD BOY'S FACE THAT WAS PLAYING IN HIS YARD SUPERVISED BY HIS AUNT

VIDEO:  Dog found hours after attacking child

MORE INFORMATION:  http://www.swoknews.com/area/cache-child-airlifted-after-dog-bites-face

CACHE - Cache police are investigating an incident in which a 2-year-old boy was injured after being bitten by a dog Wednesday afternoon.
The incident was reported at 1:45 p.m. from 100 S. Elk Drive.
Tracy Riley, Cache assistant police chief, reported that A BLACK AND WHITE PIT BULL DOG had attacked the child.

                   THAT CHILD WAS WITH A FEMALE BABYSITTER OUTSIDE THE
                   RESIDENCE AS SHE WAS GETTING SOMETHING OUT OF A VEHICLE.
                   THE CHILD WAS STANDING WITH THE BABYSITTER WHEN THE '
                   ATTACK OCCURRED.

"She saw the dog coming and attempted to grab the child when the dog came and bit him," Riley said.
The child was bitten on the left front of his face. He was airlifted by MediFlight of Oklahoma to an Oklahoma City hospital for treatment of injuries.

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CACHE, Okla._New information  surrounding the search for a stray dog that attacked a toddler playing in the front yard.
Wednesday, the city's police chief says they believe they have found the dog. The attack happened at a home near the intersection of Elk Drive and West “E” Street. Police say around 2 p.m., 2-year-old Blaine Neugebauer was in his yard supervised by his aunt when the dog pounced, biting him in the face. As of now, the boy remains in an Oklahoma City hospital. Up until the latest update, the boy’s family was pleading for the animal's owner to step forward.
"We're not angry at any owners the family is just asking that they come forward. We need to make sure the dog had rabies vaccinations all his shots things like that." 
Blaine was taken by medical helicopter to OU Medical Center, where he is currently receiving treatment for his injuries.
Police say they have learned the dog they identified had been vaccinated for rabies.



3 comments:

Eileen King said...

We're not angry at the owners. I just don't get that.

Anonymous said...

It's probably because the person saying it is a nutter.

Sweetie Pie said...

Ah, so they finally had to admit it was a pit bull. We knew that all along...