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Filipino in US at risk of losing hands after dog attack

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Apr. 22, 19 | 10:36 am

A Filipino in Daly City, California is at risk of having his hands amputated after he got attacked by a dog.

According to a report on Unang Balita on Monday morning, the Filipino, identified as Gil Galang, sustained major injuries after a rottweiler attacked him and bit his hands.

Galang said he was only walking outdoors to breathe some fresh air when the rottweiler suddenly assaulted him.

It took almost an hour before authorities decided to shoot the dog to help Galang, the report said.
Because of the incident, Galang’s hands were severely damaged.

Doctors at the San Francisco General Hospital are trying to restore Galang’s hands but there is no guarantee it will be back as it was.

It was not mentioned who the owners of the rottweiler were but Galang’s family is planning on filing legal charges against them, said the report.

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