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Parents held for manslaughter after 3-month-old baby girl is mauled to death by pet husky

Kyra had suffered major injuries to her neck and head, which led to death despite valiant efforts by rescue workers to save her
UPDATED NOV 11, 2022
(Representative Image/Jeff J Mitchell/Getty Images)
(Representative Image/Jeff J Mitchell/Getty Images)

LINCOLNSHIRE, CALIFORNIA: In a horrific incident, a three-month-old baby girl was mauled to death by a husky in Woodland, California. Parents Karen Alcock, 41, and Vincent King, 54, are now being held by the authorities of being in charge of the dangerously out-of-control dog, called Blizzard, which killed Kyra King. The record shows that emergency services were called to Ostlers Plantation, near Woodhall Spa, Lincolnshire, somewhere about 11 pm on March 6, this year, following the attack.

Kyra had suffered major injuries to her neck and head, which led to her death despite valiant efforts by rescue workers to save her. Mother Karen Alcock had not filed for plea yet, and the father Vincent pleaded not guilty at Boston Magistrates’ Court in Lincolnshire, on Wednesday, November 9. The couple was ordered by the court to be present at Lincoln Crown Court on December 7 in regard to a plea and directions hearing, according to Sky News.


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Most recently a Utah child, 5, had to go through record 3K stitches after he was mauled by a dog too. Mason Mihlberger, was attacked by a husky while he was enjoying a bicycle ride with his friend. Fortunately, his parents were there to rescue him immediately, reported MEAWW. “If me and my husband weren't there, my son would be dead right now. He went for his throat; he has bite marks on his throat, shared terrified mother.”

Tori further said to KSL-TV, “I don’t think I’ll ever forget that. All I can think about is looking down the road and seeing him look up at me and reaching out to me as if saying, ‘Help me mom,’ and the dog not letting go. His eyes were locked on Mason. As I came up the dog was dragging him across the road, just throwing him around like a rag doll. I don't know why but that dog wanted to kill my son."