7-year-old Louisiana girl mauled to death by a neighbor’s pitbull It is important to be remembered by Her teachers were described as “having” “a light inside her.”
Woodlawn Elementary principal said that it was time to move forward. Sadie Davila’s death Students and staff who are heartbroken will find it difficult to cope on Friday.
“From the day that her grandma came to register her, she just had a light inside of her that could not be contained and absolutely anybody who she comes into contact with just instantly falls in love with her,” Vanessa Bloss was the Woodlawn Elementary Principal. WAFB.
Bloss also added the “abrupt and senseless” The nature of an attack is only one more to the grief over the little girl’s death.
Sadie’s music and drama teacher of two years, Grace Feucht, said the youngster had a positive energy even throughout the pandemic.
“In her short seven years, she did so much‚ and so rather than thinking about the things that she didn’t do or didn’t get to do. I’m thinking about the things she did do and who she was,” Feucht said.
Feucht added she’ll recall the “things Sadie taught me.”
“I know going into school on Monday, there are some things in my perspective that will be shifted,” She said.
Sadie had been playing outside her family’s East Baton Rouge Parish home around 6:30 p.m. Friday when her neighbor’s dog got loose and “viciously attacked her,” According to arrest documents.
One family member attempted to ward off the ferocious animal, but the dog couldn’t be deterred. The dog was found with blood all over its mouth and face by investigators. “substantial” The amount of blood found in later tests was also discovered. Sadie’s yard.
This young girl was captured to The hospital to Treat multiple dog bites to Her skull was severely damaged and she died later, according to police.
On Friday, the dog was taken to the vet. Erick Lopez, the owner of the dog, wasn’t home when it was hit and died. charged Saturday with negligent homicide Failure is a possibility to You can confine the animal or place it under control.