Wednesday, March 18, 2015

Pit Bulls attack, 2 of 3 Shot

Detectives said they victims closed the gate behind them, but the dogs were able to find a hole in the fence and continue attacking.

Deputies said that's when one of the men grabbed a gun and shot two of the dogs, but that didn't stop the dogs. In fact, they apparently didn't stop their attack until Pahrump Valley Fire and Rescue arrived with sirens, which scared them off.

The first victim was taken by Mercy Air to University Medical Center where he is listed as critical.

"He was in shock and he was bleeding really bad," said Wells. "My heart goes out to him. I pray to God that he's okay."

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