An attack dog was shot this Sunday August 14 in Grigny in Essonne. He had just bitten four young women.
He was apparently “out of control”. An american staffordshire (amstaff) terrier dog was shot dead this Sunday August 14 in Essonne, indicates Europe 1.
According to our colleagues, the animal had just bitten four young women born between 1999 and 2003. A neighbor, alerted by cries of distress, discovered the four victims and an amstaff impossible to calm. He would have grabbed a knife to “cut the animal’s throat”.
Breast bitten and finger ripped off
According to TF1, the young women were hospitalized but their vital prognosis is not engaged. The most seriously injured was hit in the breast and had a torn finger.
Our colleagues specify that the dog lived “lived with the girlfriend of his owner”, absent at the time of the facts. An investigation has been opened.