Tragedy as two-year-old boy is mauled to death by two Rottweilers at a hotel that is not ‘pet-friendly’: Savage animals attacked toddler’s face and neck as bystanders watched in horror
- A two-year-old boy has died after he was attacked by two dogs at a motel
- The young boy was attacked at the Country Gardens Motor Inn in Cowra, NSW
- The toddler was airlifted to hospital with significant injuries to his face and neck
- Police have seized the two dogs and established a crime scene to investigate
A two-year-old boy has tragically died after he was attacked by two dogs at a country roadside motel.
The toddler was savaged at the Country Gardens Motor Inn in Cowra, in NSW’s central-west, just after 10am on Tuesday morning.
He sustained significant injuries to his neck and face and was rushed to Cowra Hospital by witnesses and then airlifted to Westmead Hospital in Sydney where he died in the afternoon.
Police confirmed both dogs have been seized by council – with two local sources telling Daily Mail Australia the dogs involved were Rottweilers.
A two-year-old has died after he sustained critical injuries to his neck and face after a viscous dog attack at the Country Gardens Motor Inn Cowra (above)
A crime scene was cordoned off by police (pictured above) on Tuesday morning after the attack
Police rushed to the scene and have seized the two dogs involved in the attack
The investigation is ongoing as it’s revealed the motel where the attack occurred is not pet-friendly
The Country Gardens Motor Inn is not pet-friendly and describes itself as a ‘clean, peaceful motel located on the edge of town in the quietest most peaceful part of Cowra’.
The spokesperson said emergency services were called to the Grenfell road hotel in Cowra about 10.20am after reports the child had been bitten by two dogs.
‘Officers from Chifley Police District and Ambulance paramedics attended and located a two-year-old boy with serious injuries to his face and neck.
‘He has been taken to Cowra Hospital in a critical condition.
‘Both dogs have been secured and a crime scene has been established.’
Investigations into the incident continue and a report will be prepared for the coroner.
Witnesses took the child to Cowra Hospital and he was then airlifted to Sydney
The boy was flown to Sydney’s Westmead Hospital in a critical condition