Sunday, January 17, 2016

EAST PALATKA, PUTNAM COUNTY FL - A PIT BULL ATTACKED A 3-YEAR-OLD CHILD IN A HOME CAUSING SIGNIFICANT INJURIES TO HIS HEAD AND EAR - THE CHILD WAS AIRLIFTED TO UF HEALTH SHANDS

UPDATE:  IT'S GRANDMA'S PIT AND IT HAD BITTEN ONE OF HER GRANDCHILDREN 
BEFORE: 



A 3-year-old child was hospitalized after being bitten in the head by a dog Sunday morning at an East Palatka home.
The child sustained “significant injuries to his head and ear” when bitten by the dog – apparently a PIT BULL – about 11 a.m. at the home in the 100 block of East Warren Avenue. The youngster was airlifted to UF Health Shands Hospital in Gainesville, according to the Putnam County Sheriff’s Office.
Updated information about the child’s condition wasn’t available. The youngster had been sitting on the floor playing with toy trucks, when the family dog attacked for an as-yet unknown reason. A county animal control officer seized the dog, which is being quarantined during the ongoing investigation, the Sheriff’s Office said

2 comments:

Anonymous said...

It's an apparent pit bull, until a nutter in charge can play the breed name change game. However, it's always easy to tell it's a pit bull by the fact that the injuries are so severe. Pit bulls always leave the same mauling card.

The pit bull attacked for an as-yet known reason, otherwise known as, BLAME THE VICTIM. It's never the pit bulls fault. Pit bulls only attack if they're triggered.

Dayna Hamilton said...

She's not in danger of getting Grandmother of the Year. She lets her fighting breed bite/maul TWO of her grandchildren, then has the freaking nerve to blame the little one for his mauling. Unreal.