On Sunday, April 30th, a man was rescued from the attack of at least four dogs that their owners had let loose for walks on Tijuana beaches.
The fire department of the aquatic rescue division helped the victim of the attack by this pack that was walking alone on Playas de Tijuana after the owners left the canines loose.
In the video, it can be seen how these four dogs pull the victim’s clothes and arms while he screams in pain asking for help. After what happened, the owners of these dogs fled the scene without waiting for the authorities to arrive.
Atacan a un hombre en Playas de Tijuana. El propietario de los 4 perros evadió su responsabilidad. De no haberlo rescatado un guardia, los perros lo hubieran matado. Los perros siempre deben traer Correa. ¿Qué opinan gente de la CDMX que los trae sueltos porque no muerden? pic.twitter.com/87uSkEZyo9— PacoZeaCom (@PacoZeaCom) May 1, 2023
Dog attacks in recent years
In 2020, four deaths were recorded due to attacks by a pack of dogs in Tijuana’s Colonia Villa Colonial. The State Attorney General’s Office, in the state capital Mexicali, points out that during 2018 and 2019 at least 27 complaints of dog attacks were registered.
Source: Baja News