Bantwal: Rabid dog on biting frenzy attacks seven people including children


Mounesh Vishwakarma

Daijiworld Media Network – Bantwal (EP)

Bantwal, Dec 4: A mad dog in Vittal vicinity has bitten seven people including children.

Chandalika resident Aharaj (6), Bobbekeri resident Mousif (16), Ira resident Mustafa (31), Vittal Kasba resident Aniruddu (27), Kadambu resident Radhakrishna (52) and Alike resident Bhaskar (49) are the victims of the incident who are being treated at the Vittal community health centre. Two people among them have suffered serious injuries. They are admitted to a private hospital in Puttur. Those with minor wounds are getting treated in Vittal.

The dog that came from Vittal temple road via Bobbekeri ran till the market and attacked everybody on the road. The Friends Vittal team, under the guidance of Muraleedhar got down to action and succeeded in catching the dog. As the dog has bit several street dogs, people are concerned.

  

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  • Emily, United States

    Mon, Dec 7 2020

    Rabies is scary; I hope the victims are alright. I hope that they take preventive measures for rabies. If they don’t, the victim s will die a horrific death.

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  • Rita, Germany

    Sat, Dec 5 2020

    I f the dog has bitten many people,they should immediately take treatment against rabies.Dont wait till get sick.They it is too late.Not enough to get wounds cleaned.and worry.Please consult doctors immediately in Wenlock.or any other doctor.

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