You can unsubscribe at any time.Thank you for subscribingWe have more newslettersShow meSee ourprivacy noticeArmed police shot and killed a “dangerously out of control” dog after it attacked its owner, leaving her with life changing injuries, and seriously injured another person.Witnesses reported hearing five gunshots as the “incredibly distressing” attack unfolded.Officers raced to an address in Sandown on the Isle of Wight when they were alerted to a woman being attacked by the Staffordshire bull terrier mastiff cross at 10pm on Sunday.A spokesperson for Hampshire Constabulary said the dog was shot dead “to prevent any further members of the public coming to serious harm”.The woman, aged in her 40s, was rushed to hospital with “serious and potentially life changing injuries”, while a man in his 20s, who was known to the owner, suffered serious injuries, the spokesperson added.The witness told the Isle of Wight County Press: “I heard two gunshots last night. We heard that armed police had arrived after a dog began attacking people. That all we know.”Residents reported hearing “loud bangs” as the dog was shot dead next to a white Audi convertible close to water works, the Island Echo reported.The Audi was being driven by passers by, the report added.One of the victims was transferred to hospital in Salisbury, Wiltshire, by air ambulance, it was reported.”The dog, described as a Staffordshire terrier and mastiff cross, attacked its owner a woman in her 40s leaving her with serious and potentially life changing injuries.”A man in his 20s, who is known to the owner, was then attacked by the dog.
The last contact I had was Weston Ault. He is (or at least was a couple years ago) quick about getting back and happy to allow hikers, and can also give you permission to access the family land via Ophir canyon which he was happy to do for me a few years ago. You can reach him at: aultw AT msn dot com.
I can say that I have negative 4 dioptri for sure (confirmed multiple times, contacts prescription is for this). Yet I can see street signs better than my friends with negative 2. I often asked eye doctors how this is possible and they don seem to have a good answer.
Most state visits are dry, boring affairs that generate little public interest. Fashion experts and gossip columnists stay away.Not so when the cast of characters includes Carla Bruni Sarkozy, a glamorous Italian fashion model and pop singer who is now first lady of France, and Queen Elizabeth II, who will throw a banquet at Windsor Castle after taking her guests on a carriage ride through the streets of Windsor.Oh, and the president of France will be there, too. Nicolas Sarkozy, in trouble at home, wants to leave the gossip behind and appear serious and presidential.