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Woman Gets $200K From Pit Bull Attack

The Connecticut Law Tribune

biLeticia Belton v. Ann Patterson et al./i:/b In June 2006, physician's assistant Letitia Belton was loading her children into a car in front of their Brush Street home in Bridgeport. Her neighbor's black and white pit bull, Spike, had wrapped his lead around a tree in Belton's backyard. When the neighbor, Ann Patterson freed the animal, he charged after Belton and mauled her leg, removing skin and flesh.

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