Sunday, June 18, 2017

FARMERSVILLE, COLLIN COUNTY TX - 2 PIT BULL ATTACKS ON CHILDREN LESS THAN A MILE APART...A 4-YEAR-OLD GIRL WAS FLOWN TO DALLAS CHILDRENS AFTER BEING MAULED BY THE FAMILY'S PIT AND A 5-YEAR-OLD BOY WAS ATTACKED WHILE RIDING HIS BIKE BY THE NEIGHBOR'S PIT

Two young children were hospitalized Sunday in unrelated pit bull attacks in Farmersville, police said. 
A 4-year-old girl was bitten about 2:30 p.m. by HER FAMILY'S PIT BULL in the 300 block of Windom Street. Relatives took her to the Farmersville fire station, where she was quickly assessed and flown by air ambulance to Children's Medical Center Dallas, officials said. 
Her condition was not available. The dog has been impounded.
Less than a mile away, a 5-year-old boy was attacked about 6 p.m. by A NEIGHBOR'S PIT BULL  in the 400 block of South Rike Street. The boy was riding his bike in the neighbor's yard, which was not separated by a fence, police said. 
The dog became agitated, broke its leash and bit the child on the left arm. The child was transported to a McKinney hospital. His condition was not known.
The dog's owners showed current shot records and volunteered to have the dog placed temporarily at the Farmersville shelter until other arrangements can be made. 

3 comments:

Anonymous said...

This is a media conspiracy! Why is the media trying to make pit bulls look bad? I heard there was a deadly Chihuahua attack on a grown man, but you don't hear about that in the news. It was my sister's, husband's, cousin's, friend's, aunt's, brother-in-law.

There is another child at Children's Hospital due to a pit bull attack. That's the one where the boy was sleeping over and mauled while sleeping by the family's lovable, misunderstood, properly raised pit bull.

It's interesting that in Colorado and Texas, there are multiple pit bull attacks in the same jurisdictions that are making the news. It's not like there's a pit bull problem or anything. Like I said, it's a media conspiracy.

TX ACO said...

The news link!! Imagine nutter's surprise when his "impounded" pit shows up at his house from the city shelter. Must have "escaped" the city facility and found its way home "all by itself". No jailbreak to see here folks!

Anonymous said...

Wait, WHAT?!

The pit bull got out? That's why pit bulls should get dirt napped immediately, no second chances!

It is possible that the pit bull escaped, if the Farmersville shelter did not properly contain it. Regardless, dirt nap the thing.