Man, 34, mauled to loss of life by canine in park tragedy



man has died after being mauled by a canine in a park in a city close to Portsmouth.

The horror assault occurred on Wednesday on the recreation floor in Fareham’s Hillson Drive at 10.25am.

A 34 year-old man was pronounced lifeless on the scene by paramedics.

Hampshire Police mentioned that they had arrested a 20 year-old man from Fareham on suspicion of being the proprietor or particular person in command of a dangerously uncontrolled canine inflicting harm leading to loss of life.

He has been launched from custody with out cost however stays below investigation. The canine was additionally secured and faraway from the scene.

Officers mentioned: “We’re chatting with folks within the space and finishing up different strains of enquiry to determine how the person died.”

His household has been knowledgeable.

The tragedy comes after different canine mauling incidents throughout the nation in latest weeks.

Final month, a mum was mauled to loss of life by her canine at house in Rotherham, Yorkshire, along with her boyfriend struggling accidents to his face, arms and chest as he tried to tug the animals off her.

In the meantime, a canine, regarded as a pitbull, was destroyed by police after biting a lady and a pizza supply man in Rochdale final week.

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