Wednesday, October 6, 2010

Henry County Police Look for Dog in Student Death

From My FOX Atlanta

Police in Henry County are still looking for a dog that they say forced a 14-year old into the road moments before she was struck and killed by a car.

Investigators say it happened when Miracle Parham was walking to the bus stop on Jonesboro Road in McDonough.

Witnesses say a pit bull approached Parham when she was forced into the road and hit.

Police say they are trying to figure out who owns the dog.

They say the driver of the car was taken to the hospital with minor injuries.

4 comments:

  1. It is the owner of the dog, not the dog or breed that makes it the way it is. Huskies for instance, can kill when they live in a pack and no love or care is given, but when trained properly and loved they are a wonderful dog. PitBulls are unfortunate in their lack of choice of owner!

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  2. I just got off the phone with my friend who says the owner actually has two dogs that he lets run loose. He doesnt know the owner so he can't say if he abuses the dogs, but he does know he lets the dogs loose. Miracle was always afraid of dogs, and I always found that funny even when she was afraid of clays chihuahua. Never thought she would be so afraid as to one day back into the middle of the street. She will be missed.

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  3. I just got off the phone with my friend who says the owner actually has two dogs that he lets run loose. He doesnt know the owner so he can't say if he abuses the dogs, but he does know he lets the dogs loose. Miracle was always afraid of dogs, and I always found that funny even when she was afraid of clays chihuahua. Never thought she would be so afraid as to one day back into the middle of the street. She will be missed.

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  4. It is the owner of the dog, not the dog or breed that makes it the way it is. Huskies for instance, can kill when they live in a pack and no love or care is given, but when trained properly and loved they are a wonderful dog. PitBulls are unfortunate in their lack of choice of owner!

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