What should have been a nice family trip to Tencreek Holiday Park near the town of Plymouth in england, ended up fatal for the family's nine-year-old boy, Frankie Macritchie, who was skambidt of a dog and died of his injuries.
The story brings several british media, including The Sun and The Mirror.
Frankie Macritchie was on holiday in the south of England together with his mother, Tawnee Willis, and a friend of the family by the name of Sadie Totterdell, who had also brought his dog, Winston.
on Sunday morning, drank the mother and her friend some drinks, while nine-year-old Frankie was left alone with the dog in a hotel room.
When her friend opened the door to check, how Frankie and the dog Winston had it, she got a shock. Frankie lay in a puddle of blood.
Sadie Totterdell quickly got hold of the boy's mother, Tawnee Willis, who began to scream when she saw her son lie on the floor.
Police and ambulance arrived shortly after, and they could not get the life of the little boy.
But Sadie Totterdell, the owner of the dog, was not to find. The british police set up a search in time. Several hours later, she was found at a train station and 35 kilometres from the hotel.
the 28-year-old Sadie Totterdell was taken into custody by the police and brought to the police station where it emerged that her dog is already four times before had bitten and been aggressive towards people and animals.
the Danger to the nine-year-old Frankie, Billy Macritchie, can not understand, that he has lost his son. He has shared a posting on his Facebook, where he writes, what he goes through now.
'My world has been shattered in millions of pieces. The father feels lost without his little boy, and I know not how I shall live without you. This should never have happened. I wish I could hold you and kiss and cuddle you forever', he writes, among other things.
the Dog Winston, which is of the dog breed, the bulldog, is in a kennel. It is not yet certain whether it should be killed.
Police are investigating still the tragic accident. It is not known whether Sadie Totterdell will be charged with owning a dangerous dog.