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A XNUMX-year-old girl was bitten by a stray dog ​​in Ulan-Ude

A XNUMX-year-old girl was bitten by a stray dog ​​in Ulan-Ude
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In Ulan-Ude, stray dogs attacked again. This time the animals attacked a nine-year-old girl. The child is in the hospital, the condition is satisfactory.

According to RIA News, the incident took place on January 26 in the afternoon on Unity Street. The child was taken to the ambulance to the children's republican hospital with bitten wounds to the head and thigh. The doctors have now completed the primary surgical treatment of head wounds.

According to the police, now all the causes of the incident are being investigated and is being established. Did the animals have owners? Employees of the Investigative Directorate of the Investigative Committee of Russia for Buryatia went to the place of capture. After collecting the information, the investigators will take a decision to initiate a criminal case under the article "Negligence" against officials.

From December 2020 it is already not the first case of dogs attacking people in Ulan-Ude... In serious condition, after meeting with the dogs, the girl was sent to Moscow for treatment. Then the dogs attacked a schoolboy who was helped by passers-by, a district police officer and another schoolboy who is in serious condition in the hospital. After these attacks, dog hunters became more active in the city: a shelter for stray animals unknown set on fire twice already... The authorities began under the guise of quarantine measures to shoot animals.

 

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