Boy survives attack by neighbor’s dog in Kansas

A ten-year-old child has lost an ear, his voice and may even remove an eye after a hideous attack by his neighbor’s German shepherd mix.

Chance Orozco had left to play at crony Enrique Galvez Jr.’s house, nearby his family home in Finney County, Kansas, on Dec 5, when tragedy struck.

Just 20 mins later, Enrique’s father, Enrique Snr., came outward to find the ten-year-old, covered in blood and unconscious, with his dog ‘chewing’ on his face, police said.

Chance Orozco (pictured in hospital after the attack) lost an ear, his voice and may even remove an eye after a hideous attack by his neighbor's German shepherd mix

Chance Orozco (pictured in hospital after the attack) lost an ear, his voice and may even remove an eye after a hideous attack by his neighbor's German shepherd mix

Chance Orozco (pictured in hospital after the attack) lost an ear, his voice and may even remove an eye after a hideous attack by his neighbor’s German shepherd mix

Chance (pictured in 2014) will sojourn in hospital for several months as doctors provide is critical wounds

Chance (pictured in 2014) will sojourn in hospital for several months as doctors provide is critical wounds

Chance (pictured in 2014) will sojourn in hospital for several months as doctors provide is critical wounds

A 911 tourist reported that he was ‘down and not breathing,’ according to The Garden City Telegram.

Chance was rushed to hospital where he has remained ever given the brutal attack which left him but a left ear, serious scarring all over his face and doctors are watchful to see either the prophesy in his left eye with be affected. 

He has given undergone mixed surgeries to correct the damage, and is now respirating with the help of a tracheal tube.

The youngster is still incompetent to pronounce and is still so diseased he can hardly lift his palm to write on a white board.

Chance (pictured before the attack)

Chance (pictured before the attack)

Chance (pictured after the attack, in hospital)

Chance (pictured after the attack, in hospital)

Chance (pictured before the attack, left, and after, in hospital, right) had left to play at a friend’s when he was pounded on Dec 5

Capt. Randy Mosher of the Kansas Highway Patrol, who was the first to respond to the call, immediately began treating the little child for a major conduct wound at the scene, and pronounced that Chance was confused and ‘didn’t know what was going on.’

But he pronounced Chance was ‘extremely strong’ and never cried during the dire experience.

While their son recovers in hospital, his relatives are demanding answers.

His mom Jennifer Orozco pronounced that Enrique Jnr. had come to call for her son after school. She told him Chance was bustling with chores and couldn’t come out.

But mins later, she relented and Chance went to meet his friend.  

Chance was at crony Enrique Galvez Jr.'s house, nearby his family home in Finney County, Kansas, when he was found covered in blood with the dog still nipping his face

Chance was at crony Enrique Galvez Jr.'s house, nearby his family home in Finney County, Kansas, when he was found covered in blood with the dog still nipping his face

Chance was at crony Enrique Galvez Jr.’s house, nearby his family home in Finney County, Kansas, when he was found covered in blood with the dog still nipping his face

Chance has undergone mixed surgeries to correct the damage, and is now respirating with the help of a tracheal tube but is incompetent to speak

Chance has undergone mixed surgeries to correct the damage, and is now respirating with the help of a tracheal tube but is incompetent to speak

Chance has undergone mixed surgeries to correct the damage, and is now respirating with the help of a tracheal tube but is incompetent to speak

Jennifer and Stephen Orozco are doubt Galvez’s account, who told police that when Chance arrived, his son was asleep. He pronounced his dog had been cumulative to a tree in his backyard.

Around 20 mins later, at 5.30pm, Galvez pronounced he went to work on a automobile and saw Chance upheld out on the ground, within strech of the dog. The child was covered in blood, and the dog was still satirical him when he was discovered.

‘I don’t know how Enrique could tumble defunct or be defunct when they got off the bus,’ Stephen Orozco pronounced of the neighbor’s son. ‘When we demeanour at those statements, they don’t compare up.’ 

Galvez told the cops that his dog wasn’t typically assertive and had met Chance before. The animal has now been euthanized. 

Jennifer and Stephen Orozco are demanding probity for their son

Jennifer and Stephen Orozco are demanding probity for their son

Jennifer and Stephen Orozco are demanding probity for their son

Jennifer and Stephen Orozco are demanding probity for their son

Jennifer and Stephen Orozco (left and right) are demanding probity for their son

Galvez has not been prosecuted as police contend the dog was cumulative up in his own yard. 

But the Orozcos are demanding justice.  

‘We’re not blaming the dog for the attack,’ Stephen said. ‘We are blaming the owners of that dog since that dog was taught to attack, so if there is a fight for what is right, then it would be to retaliate the owners for teaching dogs to attack.’

A GoFundMe criticism has also been set up to help compensate for Chance’s many surgeries, which has already surpassed it’s $5,000 goal.

‘This is going to be (a) prolonged highway and need lots of financial help for Chance and his family,’ wrote Patrick Nakfoor, who combined the account. 

Galvez declined to comment. 

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