Saturday, January 23, 2016

CARMICHAEL CA - 2 PIT BULLS ESCAPED AN APARTMENT AS FIRE CREWS ENTERED TO PUT OUT A FIRE - BEING "GOOD PITS" THEY IMMEDIATELY ATTACKED ANOTHER DOG AND A NEIGHBOR

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(WHAT WOULD HAPPEN IF A TORNADO FINALLY CAME ACROSS MY NEIGHBORHOOD. THEY DO OCCUR ALL AROUND THIS AREA ESPECIALLY IN THE SPRING....FENCES GET KNOCKED DOWN OR TREES FALL ON FENCES AND BUILDINGS GET SPLINTERED. THERE ARE AT LEAST 4 THAT WE KNOW OF AND NEW LITTERS BEING BORN...HUGE PIT BULL TYPE DOGS NEXT DOOR WITHIN 75 FEET OF OUR HOME.  I WONDER IF ANYONE HAS EVER WORRIED ABOUT THIS OTHER THAN ME?)
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CBS13) — Two people and a dog were injured after TWO PIT BULLS escaped from a home during an apartment fire on Thursday.
Fire officials say when crews tried to enter an apartment on the 6200 block of Coyle Avenue, two pit bulls escaped from the home, and at one point attacked a neighbor dog and then attacked a neighbor.
The dog that was bit was taken to a local veterinarian, while the neighbor was evaluated by fire crews.
The homeowner and owner of the dogs came home in a state firefighters described as “excited,” and wasn’t following the direction of firefighters or Sacramento County Sheriff’s deputies. No arrests were made.
A firefighter suffered a minor injury related to the fire, but not the dogs that got loose.



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