A very heartbreaking incident has shocked the residents of Atteridgeville in Marabasrad squater camp and South Africans.
A 6-year-old Charmaine Munepye died a painful death that shocked South Africans.It is reported that the Charmaine was playing with three (3) of her friends just near a neighbours house when pitbulls attacked them.Apparently the children managed to escape to a nearby house but the pitbulls gained access and dragged the 6-year-old Charmaine Munepye from the bedroom where she was hiding.
Sadly the pitbulls mauled her and ripped the child apart to a point where Chairmaine's father could not even recognize her daughter.
Apparently the owner of the house that Chairmaine and her friends ran into could not help since he was sick.It was also revealed that the child from the house Chairmaine ran into to hide died out of shock and residents want the owner of the pitbulls to pay.
Residents claim the pitbulls are giving them problems and always had fear that their children are not safe.
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Source: Hello South Africa
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