Family attacked by wolves in Sweden

 
Family attacked by wolves in Sweden
A mother was out on a morning walk with her daughter Ronja and their dog in Bergshamra in Norrtälje, north of Stockholm, when the attack happened.

- Suddenly two wolves appeared from the woods and surrounded the dog, Tajson, says the woman's boyfriend to Aftonbladet.

While one wolf attack the dog, the other wolf started running towards the stroller.

- It was frightening. One wolf attacked my girlfriend, and she ran from the place with the stroller. Meanwhile, the other wolf attacked our dog, grabbed it and dragged it into the woods, says the man to Dagens Nyheter.

The woman escaped the attack without physical injury, while the family dog ​​was killed, according to Swedish media.

The attack occurred just a few hundred meters from the family house.

- I do not even dare to think about what could have happened to our daughter, says the man.

Police were Sunday afternoon on the scene and made investigations. The family dog ​​was found dead in the woods later, and it was confirmed that it was killed by wolves.

It is rare that wolves attack people in Scandinavia nowadays as they are very few and usually very shy.

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