Wednesday , November 25 2020

Toddlers get injured for life after being bitten 15 times by another child at the center playing softly



TODDLER has been injured for life after he was bitten 15 times by another child.

Little Willow-Ivy Doherty, who is 17 months old, was left with bloody wounds all over her body after being attacked by a small boy at the center of a soft play.

    Willow-Ivy Doherty was bitten by another child 15 times

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Willow-Ivy Doherty was bitten by another child 15 times

Mum Becky has since claimed the boy – about three – stood "with a big smile on his face, with blood around his mouth" after the Little Bees incident at Seacroft, Leeds.

His 33-year-old mother told The Mirror: "He looks like he has been attacked by a dog, not a child."

Willow-Ivy suffered four bites on her face, two on her fingers, three on her back, several on her head, one on her ears, one on her shoulder, one on her wrist and one on her feet.

It was understood that the two children were in the toilet area during the event on Friday, November 2.

    Mum Becky said her daughter was injured for life

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Mum Becky said her daughter was injured for life
    Her mother said that her little girl looked like she had been attacked by a dog

Ben Lack

Her mother said that her little girl looked like she had been attacked by a dog

Mum Becky said children must be separated by other customers, with staff who rushed to give their daughter's first assistance.

He said: "He has pulled the boy from Willow. He is holding his neck."

Willow-Ivy was taken to the hospital, received an injection for Hepatitis B and treatment for his injuries.

The mother also claimed that other parents did not progress until after she began shouting: "where is your mother".

    The play center says children need parental supervision

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The play center says children need parental supervision
    Willow-Ivy received first aid treatment at the play center

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Willow-Ivy received first aid treatment at the play center
    Police were called to the incident on Friday 2 November

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Police were called to the incident on Friday 2 November

He also claimed other parents told him: "That's what kids do."

A spokesperson for the play center confirmed Willow-Ivy had received first aid after the incident.

They emphasize the importance of parents to monitor their children.

West Yorkshire police said they had been called to report a child had been bitten by a three-year-old child in a soft play area.

They said: "The child was hospitalized and an attack that caused actual physical injuries was recorded.

"Reference to social services made in connection with suspect children and crimes has been resolved because they are under the age of criminal responsibility.

"An attack and violation of public order was recorded in connection with reports made by the suspect's mother and other women after the incident.

"Both of these were resolved because the complainants refused to support the prosecution."


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