15 YEARS OLD GIRL GOT ATTACKED MY DOGS AND BITE OFF ONE OF HER EARS,(PHOTOS).


15 years old girl identified as Joslyn Stinchcomb will never have hair again after she was  attacked by dogs (pit Bulls) and bites off most of her scalp and one of her ears.


According to the news, she was walking in her neighborhood in Atlanta when two dogs who seem to have been out unleashed with their owner and began to chase her. The dogs catch her pull her down and one tearing her scalp and the other digging into her neck.


One local deputy rushed to the dogs after receiving a witness report of a mauling and found her lying facing down on the curb with one dog biting her neck and other one biting her head.


The officer emerged from his car and one of the dogs rushed him and he shot  it wounded immediately it ran away followed by the other one.


Barrow County Sheriff Jud Smith told WSB TV2, she was coming around the Cul-De-Sec and the dogs just attacked her, no provocation at all. It a very tragic for this young lady and her family.


Alexandria Torregrossa who is the owner of the dogs has been arrested for reckless conduct, she was charged with reckless conduct two dogs running at large two counts of biting and attacking.

She was flown by helicopter to hospital where her trachea was discovered to have been damaged.


Now she remains in intenive care on a ventilator.


Her aunt who shared the photos on Facebook said "Those murderous dogs also grabbed her hair hard enough to pull entire scalp off, she only has a small portion of skin left on her head".

"At this moment she does not have any hair left, she will never have her hair again, she aware that her hair is missing. The dogs ripped her left ear off the doctors have reattached the ear, but they are not sure if  it is viable only time will tell".




Nor do they know if she will be able to hear out with that ear, she also suffered lacerations to the face that caused nerve damage which may after her ability to smile and blink in future.

I am so overwhelmed at the outpouring of love, support and prayers that we are receiving for J and there is so much that we still have not shared publicly".



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