Pit Bull Attacks Woman on Manhattan Subway
In Lower Manhattan on April 25, police are looking for the owner of a pit bull that attacked a woman on the Subway last Friday.
The pit bull attached itself to the woman’s foot.
The incident happened at around 4 in the evening on Friday after a dispute between the pet owner and a woman. This happened on the downtown 4 train. The incident was recorded by a witness, TahSyi Kyng. He was riding on the train with his girlfriend.
In the video, you can see the pit bull latching onto the woman’s shoe and not letting go until the shoe came off. The owner of the pit bull then threw the shoe at other riders before getting off the train at the Wall Street Station.
According to witnesses, they think the people were the problem, not the dog.
The man put his dog on the seat, and the female passenger told the owner the dog shouldn’t be on the seat. The interaction is said to have gone downhill quickly after that.
The dog was not acting viciously, according to witnesses.
If you’ve been injured in a dog attack, you could seek compensation from the owner by filing a personal injury claim. If the attack left you with serious injuries, you could receive compensation for things like medical bills. To talk to a lawyer in New York about your claim, call Frekhtman & Associates at (212) 222-1111.
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