Two Pit Bull dogs injured many students on a playground. The outcome of the scenario could have been worse.
Two dogs of the Pit Bull type have injured up to 21 people on the playground of a school in Missouri. Those two out of control dogs injured 18 students and three teachers who tried to protect them. The massacre took place in the school’s unfenced courtyard Willard Middle South while 5th and 6th grades were at recess. The two Pit Bull-type dogs rushed at the children, leaving their victims behind bites and wounds. According to Springfield News Leaderquoted by People, most injuries were minor.
The time reached by the teachers present in the premises control both dogsthe latter still had enough time for injuring eighteen students. So were the three teachers who came to protect their students wounded by the two dogs uncontrollable. Three teachers and three students had bites or other injuries requires medical attentionspecifies the blade People. Before the arrival of first aid, it was the school nurses who were there provided medical care required.
One of the dogs is not vaccinated, no proof of vaccination for the other
That two out of control dogs did not seriously or fatally injure their Missouri school victims. Nevertheless, we learn that one of the dogs was not vaccinated against rabies according to statement from animal control officials at KYTV. We also learn that the owners of the dogs could not provide proof of vaccination for the other dog. Although both dogs tested negative for rabies, they were to be killedreports Springfield News Leader.