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Three pit-bulls attack and cause serious injury to Pollard Hale on Wright Way in Covelo, California.
COVELO: Pollard Hale Mauled by Three Pit-Bulls on Wright Way

“Investigation Ongoing”

COVELO, CALIFORNIA (January 4, 2017) – Pollard Hale has been identified as the man that was mauled by three pit bulls on Wright Way on Wednesday, January 4th, according to a local news source. (map)

The accident happened around 7:00 pm. 57 year old Pollard Hale was walking along Wright Way in Covelo when three pit bull terriers belonging to a local resident attacked him for unknown reasons.

Pollard Hale suffered serious injuries to his face and arms and was airlifted to Santa Rosa Memorial Hospital, where he is in critical condition. The owner of the dogs was identified as 24 year old Miguel Pinon, who told officers he accidentally left the gate open and the dogs got out. An investigation is ongoing at this time.

“I wish a swift recovery for Mr. Hale. Anyone injured by a loose dog will potentially have a bodily injury claim against the owner of the animals that caused the injury,” said Attorney , founder of Lexton Law Firm.

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