Bull terriers maul man to death

2011-06-03 07:04

A man was mauled to death by Bull Terriers on a plot in Vanderbijlpark, Gauteng.

The 51-year-old man, who worked on the property, had apparently tried to break up a fight between two males when several other dogs turned on him, ER24 spokesperson Vanessa Jackson said. He died on the scene.

The owner of the dogs was not at home at the time. His wife tried to help the man and was also attacked last night. She was hospitalised.

The extent of her injuries was not known.

About eight of the dogs were kept on the property in the Nanascol area.

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