Monday, May 7, 2018

SAN DIEGO CA - A "FRIEND WITH A MEAT GRINDER" WAS VISITING A MOTHER WITH AN INFANT GIRL ... SO THEY WANT US TO BELIEVE THAT THIS 2-MO-OLD INFANT WAS "PLAYING" WITH THE PIT BULL WHEN IT CHOMPED HER HEAD AND NECK???



UPDATE:  http://www.sandiegouniontribune.com/news/public-safety/sd-me-dog-attacks-baby-20180508-story.html

A newborn is in the hospital with severe injuries after it was attacked by a PIT BULL in the Logan Heights neighborhood south of San Diego, police said.
San Diego Fire-Rescue crews and San Diego police were called to a home on Irving Avenue near Sicard Street at around 2:45 p.m.
SDPD Lt. Christian Sharp said the 2-month-old girl was playing with a family friend's dog when it was attacked
“Based on the child's age at 1 month old, the injuries are considered severe," Lt. Sharp said.
Police said the baby suffered bite wounds to her head and neck.
The newborn was transported to Rady Children's Hospital.
Sharp said the dog appeared to be a Pit Bull approximately 18 months old. Police detained the dog until Animal Control Services (ACS) arrived at the home, then officers had the dog's owner walk it on its hind legs from a patrol car to an ACS vehicle.
The owner of the dog told police that the attack was "out of character" for the dog, Sharp said.
The neighborhood is located northeast of I-5 and Chicano Park. 

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An infant suffered serious injuries Monday afternoon after being attacked by a large  PIT BULL  in the Logan Heights neighborhood, according to San Diego police.
The incident happened just before 3 p.m. in the 2200 block of Irving Avenue near Sicard Street.
Neighbors told FOX 5 that the baby and its mother live at the home where the attack took place. A friend was visiting with the dog when it apparently bit the child on the side of the face.
The infant was taken to Rady Children's Hospital. The extent of its injuries were not immediately known.
This is a developing story. Check back for updates.

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