A darling little boy died in a tragic accident at the Pittsburgh Zoo after his mom held him up on the railing and he fell into a pit of wild dogs. After the terrible ordeal, the boy’s family sued the zoo for damages, and now the zoo says the mother’s to blame!
Maddox Derkosh, 2, was killed by wild African dogs after falling into their enclosure at the Pittsburgh Zoo in Pennsylvania on Nov. 4, 2012. The zoo has determined that Maddox’s mother, Elizabeth Derkosh is responsible for her son’s tragic death, and that she should not be allowed to sue for damages.
Maddox Derkosh, 2, was killed by a pack of wild dogs at the Pittsburgh Zoo after falling into the exhibit on Nov. 4. The autopsy on his body revealed he bled to death from the attack — so sad.
Maddox Derkosh, 2, tragically fell into the African painted dog exhibit at the Pittsburgh Zoo on Nov. 4, where he was viscously mauled to death in front of horrified onlookers. An autopsy confirms he died due to blood loss from the attack.
Poor baby. The 2-year-old boy who died at the Pittsburgh Zoo on Nov. 4 was killed after anguishing minutes of being attacked by the pack of wild dogs — not by the 14-foot fall itself.
Tragedy struck the Pittsburgh Zoo on Nov. 4 when a 2-year-old boy was viciously mauled to death by a pack of African painted dogs in front of horrified spectators. Zoo president Dr. Barbara Baker said during a press conference on Nov. 5 the baby fell from a barrier railing 14 feet high, landed into a safety net, but then bounced out and fell into the exhibit, where he was killed.
A 2-year-old boy was killed by 11 painted African dogs after he fell into their pen at the Pittsburgh Zoo — how tragic.
Tragedy struck at the Pittsburgh Zoo on Nov. 4 as a child was killed by a pack of African dogs. Zookeepers failed to lure the pack of endangered species away from the helpless boy.