Tuesday, July 25, 2017

POUND RIDGE NY - A RESCUED PIT BULL "BEING WATCHED BY AN INDIVIDUAL" AT THE FIRE DEPARTMENT MEMORIAL DAY CELEBRATION ATTACKED A CHILD OUT OF THE BLUE THEN ATTACKED AN ADULT WHO CAME TO THE CHILD'S AID

A child and an adult were bitten by a rescued pit bull during a Memorial Day celebration at the Pound Ridge Fire Department.
A child and an adult were attacked by a pit bull during a Memorial Day celebration at the Pound Ridge Fire Department Police Chief David Ryan said on Tuesday following a recently completed investigation into the attack.
The investigation found a RESCUED PIT BULL, that was being watched by an individual at the celebration, bit the child and an adult who tried to intervene.
The victims received immediate care at the fire station and the dog was put down within a couple of days, he added.
"The dog attacked the child out of the blue," Ryan said. "It was an unfortunate situation."
Both the child and the adult were bitten on the hands and arms.




1 comment:

Anonymous said...

A rescued pit bull? NO WAY!

I wonder why the original owner didn't want the lovable wiggle butt anymore? Perhaps the pit bull was "kissing and licking" too many people to death? That's it! The pit bull was too lovable, and the original owner just could not deal with the love-fest anymore. That probably happens more often than not.