It is a terrible news item that took place on Friday December 2 in Loconville, in the Oise. That day, Hailé, a ten-year-old child, is invited to a school friend’s birthday party. At the end of the afternoon, the little boy decides to stay longer with his friend, who lived next door to him. This is where the drama occurs and he is attacked by the two dogs of the family, American Bully, as reported by Le Parisien.

After the tragedy, Hailé said about the incident: “A first [dog] licked my hand. When the second dog, the biggest one, saw that his mistress was very far away, he bit me. hand. Wanting to free myself, I fell on the ground and they all attacked me”. A version contradicted by the owner of the premises, who maintains that the dogs were in a second part of the garden and that the child had gone there without her authorization, while the animals were “just as excited” as the Boy.

The disfigured child after the attack of the two dogs

Quickly taken care of by the firefighters and transported to the hospital center of Pontoise, the ten-year-old child was disfigured by the two animals. “His wound to the cheek is very deep since you can almost see the bone. It required 15 stitches. His eyelid, opened in two, was sewn up and fortunately the cornea was not affected” clarified Rebecca , the child’s mother, before continuing by explaining that he had received around twenty staples in the legs, face and hand.

If she initially filed a complaint with the Chaumont-en-Vexin gendarmerie, Hailé’s mother then learned that the case had been closed and that no criminal prosecution was envisaged. Indeed, the public prosecutor, Caroline Tharot explained that “the investigations did not make it possible to establish against the owner of the dogs a particular fault”. Behavioral evaluations will however be carried out on the dogs by a veterinarian.

Invited to the birthday party of one of his friends, a little boy comes out disfigured

Birthday © Photo by Adi Goldstein on Unsplash

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