Monday, January 8, 2018

SAN DIEGO CA - A 75-YEAR-OLD MAN WAS SERIOUSLY INJURED WHEN HE WAS ATTACKED BY PIT BULLS IN THE NEIGHBORHOOD OF ROLANDO


SAN DIEGO (KGTV) - County animal officials have positively identified the two dogs that attacked a College Area man this week.
"Ace" and "Goldie" were identified by the victim of the attack as the TWO PIT BULLS from the Sunday night attack.

The man said he was walking in the 6200 block of El Cajon Blvd. just after 6 p.m. Sunday when the dogs attacked him.  Police told 10News the bites were so bad, that the man's bone was exposed and he had severe bleeding. The man is still in the hospitalized for the bite and puncture wounds.


A tip led police to National City, where the dogs were found at a local shelter.  Tuesday, Department of Animal Services Director Daniel DeSousa confirmed "Ace" has a bite history.

Both dogs are under quarantine for rabies observation and the county has started the process to declare the two dogs to be dangerous.
https://www.10news.com/news/dog-involved-in-college-area-attack-has-bite-history-county-confirms

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SAN DIEGO – Animal control has been looking for two dogs that attacked a 75-year-old man in Rolando, a neighborhood south of San Diego State University.

The man was seriously injured after a PIT BULL  attacked him near Cajon Boulevard and College Avenue around 5:30 p.m. Sunday, San Diego police Officer Billy Hernandez said. He was taken to Scripps Mercy Hospital.
San Diego County Animal Services Department officials are asking the public for help in getting details about the dogs.
http://fox5sandiego.com/2018/01/08/search-underway-for-dogs-that-attacked-75-year-old-man/


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A dog bit and seriously injured a man in the community of Rolando on Sunday, San Diego police said.
Officers found the hurt man near El Cajon Boulevard and 62nd about 5:35 p.m., said police officer John Buttle.
At least one witness said more than one dog was involved in the attack. The animals were described as black and beige PIT BULLS, stated Buttle.
It’s unclear what led to the bite and where the dogs went afterwards.

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