Orne: a dog thrown from the fourth floor of a building

The police could do nothing for the canine, found lying at the foot of a small building, in the district of La Madeleine in L’Aigle (Orne). Ouest-France says that a Jack Russel fell Wednesday from the fourth floor of the building, on the sidelines of a violent argument between two men, including the owner of the dog.

It was neighbors who called the police around 10 p.m. for a violent argument in an apartment next door, against a backdrop of alcohol. Help, a thirty-something with a bloody face “explained having slipped on the stairs”, explains to Ouest-France the mayor, Philippe Van-Hoorne, who knows the person concerned, “followed for a very long time by the social services” of L ‘Eagle.

But how did the animal end up down there? According to the testimonies of neighbors, it was the owner who suggested his dog in a vacuum. The corpse was taken care of by the municipal police and deposited in a veterinary clinic.

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