A man from London died after he died to death by his Staffordshire Paul Trier. The 41-year-old victim, whose name has not yet been identified, was assaulted in a property in Normans near Wood Green on Monday (20 March) and died in hospital a few hours later.
Police were called to the address and found that the dog was hit by the owner’s neck during the incident.Sky News is reporting that the camera crew was at home interviewing the victim at the time of the attack.
She also attended the ambulance service in London. The man was taken to a nearby hospital, but could not be revived. He was declared dead immediately after midnight A decision has yet to be made on the fate of the offending dog – he is currently held in safe houses while the authorities are discussing whether he will be destroyed.
A police spokesman said that “the death of the man is not treated as suspicious – post-mortem examination in the Haring morgue on Friday, March 24 Cause of death and shock Blood volume and damage in the airway consistent with dog bite. To help the forensic doctor. ”
“We are aware of an accident, but we can not comment any more because it is an ongoing investigation,” the BBC said in a statement.Seafordshire Bulls Terrier – also known as “Stavis” are not listed as banned by the Dangerous Dogs Act. The four restricted breeds are Japanese Tosa, Dogo Argentino, Paul Trier and Filberazelero.
According to hospital statistics, between March 2014 and February 2015, 7,727 people were hospitalized as a result of dog attacks. At least 13 children have died as a result of dog attacks in the United Kingdom between 2006 and 2016.