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Pitbull killed a 10-year-old boy and was shot seven times by police to free him

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Jack Liz, 10, died after being bitten by a pit bull dog while at a friend’s house in Pentwin, Wales, which has shocked British public opinion.

The dog was shot seven times by police officers who arrived at the scene on a call. The animal had not yet released the baby, so it had to be euthanized.

The Quentin Police He confirmed Wednesday that he had arrested a woman on suspicion of being responsible for a dog that was dangerously out of control. But then she was released on bail.

In a Facebook post, Jack’s mother Emma Whitfield wrote: “Before such grief and close friends and family see his name in the news, I must announce that our beautiful boy Jack died very sadly yesterday.”

“This is not our dog, it’s not happening in our family home. I was out. We love you so much, our sweet, sweet baby.

A police spokesman said: “After receiving complaints that the dog had been assaulted, we were called to Pennirol in Garbili on Monday, November 8 at 3:55 pm.”

“Officers, including special officers, accompanied by paramedics from the Welsh Ambulance Service confirmed the death of a 10-year-old boy at the scene.”

“It was scary”

Tracy Lawrence, a neighbor, said the warning was raised by a friend from Jack’s school. “Everyone was crying in the street. Was scared. They were all upset, ”he said.

He said the dog was big and strong. “When I last saw the dog it was a little puppy, but what I saw yesterday was like saying‘ God ’.

Jack and his friend were alone when the attack took place.

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His friend sought the help of a neighbor who lives on the same street, but the man was unable to stop Pitbull.

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