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Two Hospitalized After Dog Attack in University City Sparks Concern

by Lisa

A harrowing incident unfolded in University City, Charlotte, as two individuals found themselves severely injured following a dog attack. The incident, which occurred on Monday morning, has raised concerns and prompted action from local authorities.

According to the Charlotte-Mecklenburg Police Department (CMPD), the owner of the dogs had them on a leash while walking near Mallard Glen Drive around 9 a.m. on Monday. Tragically, the dogs managed to break free from their owner’s control and disappeared from her sight.

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The unleashed dogs initiated an attack on a female victim, inflicting serious injuries. In a courageous attempt to intervene and provide aid, a family member of the first victim also fell victim to the aggressive dogs.

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A witness to the shocking incident, Michael Landrum, described his frantic dash to a nearby daycare facility to seek assistance. He expressed the traumatizing nature of the aftermath, leaving an indelible impact on those who witnessed the incident.

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“That’s crazy. I see a lot of dogs out here with no muzzles on!” Landrum exclaimed, expressing his concern about dogs being unleashed and potentially dangerous in the area.

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The dogs responsible for the attack were identified as Cane Corso mixes. Following the incident, they were surrendered to Animal Care and Control. As a precautionary measure, they were euthanized, and tests for rabies were conducted.

This unfortunate incident serves as a reminder of the importance of responsible pet ownership and proper control of animals, especially in residential areas. It also highlights the need for vigilance and immediate action when confronted with dangerous situations involving animals.

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