Police officer shoots, kills a canine to cease the assault on Lunenburg

A police officer was pressured to shoot his weapon and kill a canine on Monday to cease an assault on a Massachusetts animal management facility. In response to a press release from the Lunenburg Police Division, officers have been despatched to the division’s animal management facility at round 11:56 am in response to a report of a canine assault. The canine, described by police as “a Brindle Pit Bull kind”, had bitten a person a number of instances and didn’t wish to let go of his arm. “A Lunenburg officer arrived shortly after receiving the decision and located the sufferer in an outside kennel, mendacity on the bottom, with the canine nonetheless connected to his arm,” police stated. “The sufferer suffered a number of critical accidents throughout his physique and face associated to the bites.” The animal management personnel and the sufferer have been unable to cease the assault, so the officer freed the sufferer’s head and fired a shot. Police stated that shot killed the canine. “The sufferer’s arm was launched and handled on the spot by Lunenburg Rescue personnel,” police wrote. “Because of the nature and severity of the sufferer’s accidents, Lifeflight was requested.” The canine concerned within the assault was discovered as a stray and had been housed on the facility since Thursday.

A police officer was pressured to shoot his weapon and kill a canine on Monday to cease an assault on a Massachusetts animal management facility.

In response to a press release from the Lunenburg Police Division, officers have been despatched to the division’s animal management facility at round 11:56 am in response to a report of a canine assault. The canine, described by police as “a Brindle Pit Bull kind”, had bitten a person a number of instances and didn’t wish to let go of his arm.

“A Lunenburg officer arrived shortly after receiving the decision and located the sufferer in an outside kennel, mendacity on the bottom, with the canine nonetheless connected to his arm,” police stated. “The sufferer suffered a number of critical accidents throughout his physique and face associated to the bites.”

The animal management personnel and the sufferer have been unable to cease the assault, so the officer freed the sufferer’s head and fired a shot. Police stated that shot killed the canine.

“The sufferer’s arm was launched and handled on the spot by Lunenburg rescue personnel,” police wrote. “Because of the nature and severity of the sufferer’s accidents, Lifeflight was requested.”

The canine concerned within the assault was discovered as a stray and had been hospitalized on the facility since Thursday.

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