Thursday, July 4, 2019
COONAMBLE NSW AU - BRENDAN "BEAR" CLARK, 43, WAS WORKING ON A PROPERTY AND DIDN'T REALISE THE "PIG DOGS" WERE THERE ...2 BROUGHT HIM DOWN AND RIPPED HIM UP ...THEN TURNED ON A 3RD DOG AND KILLED IT ...THEN TURNED BACK TO HIM ...ABOUT AN HOUR WENT BY BEFORE THE DOG OWNER FOUND HIM!!!
(Mechanic Brendan "Bear" Clark was working on a Coonamble property when he was mauled by two large dogs. He is recovering at John Hunter Hospital after losing his right arm in the traumatic attack.)
BRENDAN "Bear" Clark says he went into "survival mode" when he was mauled by two large dogs while working on a property in Coonamble less than two weeks ago.
The 43-year-old mechanic was flown to John Hunter Hospital after the attack, which left him with an amputated right arm, as well as cuts, scratches and bite marks on his left arm, his cheeks and his neck.
Mr Clark said he had been working alone in the yard of the property, and did not realise the dogs were there until he went to get something from the shed.