Video shows array bulls aggressive man, dog on Catalina Island
LOS ANGELES – A male was airlifted to a Los Angeles sanatorium after dual array bulls pounded him and his Jack Russell terrier on Santa Catalina Island.
CBS Los Angeles reports a attack, that occurred Wednesday on a Avalon Pier, was held on cellphone video by a tourist.
The victim, John Brady of Huntington Beach, told CBS Los Angeles Thursday from his sanatorium bed that he had taken a vessel outing out to Catalina with his dog, Josh. He pronounced a dual were strolling on a post when dual 11-year-old array bulls went after his dog. When he attempted to strengthen Josh, a array bulls came after him, ripping out a square of his calf and satirical both his arms, he said.
Avalon Harbor Patrol officers eventually pulled a dogs off of him. Brady was airlifted to UCLA Harbor Medical Center.
“They pounded my small dog, Josh,” Brady said. “Almost killed him, roughly killed me.”
The Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department reliable that a array bulls are owned by a lady who lives on a vessel in Avalon. She concluded to have both of them euthanized, deputies said.
Brady told CBS2 he will have to bear countless surgeries. Meanwhile, Josh underwent medicine Thursday for a indenture underneath his leg. He is approaching to make a full recovery.
“My dog is alive, and we put my physique over him since he’s my best crony in a world,” Brady said.
There was no word on either any charges would be filed in a case.
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