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February 26, 2023
Watch: Firefighters Fight Off Pit Bulls With Pickaxes After They Killed An Elderly Man And Mauled Others
However, I just cannot understand why people own pit bulls. I understand that *some* of them can be very sweet. But others can literally eat your face and kill you in an instant. And that's just not a gamble I'm willing to take.
That's what happened recently in San Antonio when police officers had to fend off several pit bulls with pickaxes after they killed an 80-year-old man and mauled several other people.
\u201cPitbull attack in San Antonio, Texas\n\n\u2018Horrific scene\u2019: Dog owner arrested after elderly man killed, 3 others injured.\u201d— PPV-TAHOE - News Journalist (@PPV-TAHOE - News Journalist) 1677307113
The attack happened this past Friday when the man and another woman were going for a walk. The man was reportedly dragged by the dogs, and the woman was viciously mauled. The woman is currently in critical condition. All in all, two people were mauled, another was bitten, and the man was killed.
The San Antonio Fire Chief said, "As they rounded the corner they could see a man being dragged by a dog. He was completely bloodied before they got out of the truck. This is not something that is normal for us. We don't normally have to defend patients from animals or ourselves. The firefighters in this instance were very heroic fighting off these pit bulls with pickaxes and pipes to try and get to the patients."
The dogs reportedly have a history of violence. They were confiscated in 2021 for a "mild bite" and neighbors made several calls over the past few years complaining about the dogs' aggression and animal neglect. The dogs have been taken by San Antonio Animal Care Services and placed into quarantine kennels. The Fire Chief said the owner is likely to face charges. As they should.