A canine has been euthanised after it violently mauled a girl at a western Sydney dwelling, leaving her with critical accidents to her higher physique.
The girl in her 30s was attacked by an american staffordshire terrier – generally generally known as a staffy – inside a house on Warburton St in Condell Park about 12.50pm on Tuesday.
She suffered “a number of chunk” wounds to her chest and limbs and was rushed to Liverpool Hospital in a critical however secure situation.
A Metropolis of Canterbury Bankstown spokesperson confirmed the canine was euthanised on Tuesday evening after it was discovered it couldn’t be rehabilitated.
“Following the incident, the canine was willingly surrendered to council by the homeowners to stop additional hurt and was transported to a holding facility,” the spokesperson stated.
“After assessing the canine, it’s clear it couldn’t be rehabilitated and has since been euthanised.”
On the scene, police determined it was obligatory to make use of a Taser to subdue the canine because it continued to behave aggressively and was not letting go of the girl.
Witnesses stated the girl may very well be heard screaming and a bunch of tradies engaged on a home subsequent door ran to her help.
Distressing footage additionally confirmed two cops standing behind a wall whereas others yelled at them to “do one thing”.
“It must cease now, you’ve acquired to get her out of there, mate,” a tradie yelled from over the fence.
A shot from the Taser was heard seconds later because the canine shrieked and yelped in misery.
One other man may very well be heard shouting “the place’s the ambulance” whereas cops tried to calm the canine on the veranda.
Emergency crews arrived shortly after.
“Bystanders tried to intervene earlier than police from Bankstown Police Space Command discharged a Taser to cease the assault,” a police spokesperson stated.
“The canine has been secured by a canine handler.”
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