Dog Saves Child From Bees
Reuters News Service
Buenos Aires, December 22, 1999 - A dog
saved his four-year-old master from a swarm of bees by covering him with
his body according to Argentine police.
Kharin Toloza was playing with his dog
Chocolate in Valle Viejo, northwestern Argentina, when he was attacked
by the insects, local police told the state-run Telam news agency.
The dog jumped and stayed on top of the
boy, who was taken to hospital but was declared out of danger after
receiving just a few stings. The dog died from the stings.
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