South Carolina boy viciously mauled by pack of dogs near school bus stop, bit 60 times: ‘Ate all the muscle out of his leg’

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A South Carolina boy was viciously mauled by a pack of dogs while he was walking to a school bus stop.

An 11-year-old boy was walking to a school bus stop around 7:40 a.m. on Wednesday in Clinton, South Carolina. Suddenly, a pack of four dogs mauled the boy.

Local resident Natasha Mims said she witnessed the boy being attacked by the dogs. Despite being afraid of dogs and dealing with a rotator cuff injury, Mims told WYFF she did everything to stop the dogs from mauling the boy.

Mims said the dogs were “literally eating him.”

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The boy, identified as A’Rhyan Anderson, was bit roughly 60 times, according to the boy’s mother – Amy Lowe.

Clinton Police said the boy was severely injured and flown to Greenville Memorial Hospital, where the boy underwent emergency surgery.

Anderson is now in stable condition. The mother said her son will require physical therapy to recover from the animal attack.

Lowe told WGHP, “He has a long road of recovery. He was bitten over 60 times. There’s no muscle. They ate all the muscle out of his left leg.”

Mims added, “The dogs really looked like they had eaten him alive. At this point, I didn’t know whether he was dead or alive. I saw nothing but bones. I saw that he was eaten up really bad.”

Mims explained, “You know, like the meat is gone, and that’s what they were eating on when I pulled up, eating on his flesh or whatever, and so I asked him to turn over to look at me, and he said, ‘I can’t move.'”

Lowe said, “It’s traumatizing. I’m traumatized. I’m sure my son is traumatized.”

Once police arrived at the brutal scene, officers shot two of the dogs. The other two dogs escaped. The animals were described as large, black-colored mixed-breed dogs.

Lowe declared, “I want the dogs put down. I want the owners of the dogs held responsible. They’re going to be held accountable. I want justice for my son.”

Clinton Police said they have yet to locate the owner of the savage dogs.

Law enforcement is asking anyone with information regarding the dogs to contact animal control or police.

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11-year-old mauled by dogs while walking to Clinton bus

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