Friday, January 26, 2018

LOGANVILLE, WALTON COUNTY GA - A NEIGHBOR'S 3 PIT BULLS "SOMEHOW" GOT LOOSE AND MAULED A 9-YEAR-OLD BOY - LIFE FLIGHT TO CHILDREN'S ATLANTA AT EGLESTON - HERO...NEIGHBOR SVETLANA REUT GOT THE MONSTERS OFF HIS FACE AND ALSO SUFFERED INJURIES

 A woman is being credited with saving a boy’s life after three dogs attacked him in metro Atlanta.

The boy was attacked Wednesday night in a Loganville neighborhood. Police said THREE PIT BULLS  somehow got loose and first jumped on the 9-year-old boy.
The neighbor saw what was going on, jumped in and was able get the pit bulls off of him.
“I pushed the dogs away, I managed to get them off of his face,” said Svetlana Reut.

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Police said the next-door neighbor and owner of the dogs finally showed up and got control of the pit bulls.
The boy received severe injuries to his face and was airlifted to Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta at Egleston.
“He had severe lacerations to face and to his neck,” said Loganville city spokesperson Robbie Schwartz.
Reut was hospitalized for her injuries. 

2 comments:

Anonymous said...

But pit bulls are so friendly! Before I hit play on the video, the cutest little wiggle butt was smiling at me! If you can take a cute picture of a pit bull, it means the animal is safe.

Thousands of nutters are doing just that for the "Do Not Adopt A Pit Bull" super bowl commercial. On twitter, nutters are flocking to Kenneth M. Philips account to post pictures of their dangerous "shelter" dogs. I wonder which one of them is going to lose their game of pit bull roulette by the time the "Do Not Adopt a Pit Bull" airs? I bet you at least one of those nutters will learn their lesson the hard way.

Come to the hater side nutters, before you find out how dangerous pit bulls are.

Dayna Hamilton said...

Is that commercial for real?! Do NOT Adopt a Pit Bull?