By Anthony Bonnet
updated on 13 Dec 10 p.m. 18:26
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The facts took place in the early afternoon of this Tuesday, December 13, 2022 at Bernay (Eure)to Hamlet college. A stray Malinois-type dog entered the institution’s courtyard, where the gate was open, and bit a student on the forearm.
The animal then came out and attacked two other students on the public highway. One was bitten on the arm, the other was squeezed. A fourth child, who arrived on a bicycle, was also crushed in the leg.
Two of the students aged 13 and 14 were transported to Bernay Hospital Center must be investigated. The dog was recovered by its owner, it is subject to the usual protocol in such circumstances, including veterinary surveillance to verify that it is not a carrier of rabies.
No complaint has yet been filed, but “the children’s parents have full freedom to do so,” clarifies Laurent Hamon, the head of Bernay’s gendarmerie company. The dog has caused damage to others and the handler’s responsibility is engaged. »
The divergent version of the rectorate
Contacted by Norman Awakening, the management at the Hameau college did not wish to comment with reference to the rector’s office. Which, through its press service, quickly responded to our request, but its version differs from the facts observed by the gendarmerie on the spot.
Thus, according to academic services, “everything happened outside the establishment”, at the end of the lunch break, when students were returning to college. The four children, who were taken care of immediately by the nurse, were only squeezed instead of bitten, adds the announcement from the rectorate, which speaks of “superficial injuries”.
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