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See Diego Maradona Last Words as Argentina's President Orders Three Days of National Mourning

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6 pit bulls assaulted a 5-year-old child, tearing his head and ear off as he walked home from a candy store.
On November 22nd, Mickele Allen was brutally assaulted by pit bulls in Jamaica.
With his flesh clear, he was found coated with blood.
Mickele's brothers raced to the scene, where one of the dogs was already attacking him.

After well-wishers earned £ 185,000 ($250,000), the young boy was flown to New York City for surgery.
Surgeons struggled for his mask to be rebuilt. Dr. Evan Garfein, head of cosmetic surgery at Montefiore, said On his way home from the candy store, six pit bulls attacked him."

He lost an amazing amount of blood. His brother had found him, with the dogs constantly threatening him.

The donor had come across Dr Garfein and said he wanted to help the poor boy out The Sun Online reports.

When he lied down, he developed a heart attack.

A nurse who was looking after Maradona following his release from hospital this month after his brain scan operation phoned for an ambulance and several responded.


Emergency responders made an attempt to revive him after they arrived at the rented house in the gated residential estate of San Andres north of Buenos Aires.
But it was already too late as he had already passed away.

State prosecutors have launched a routine inquiry into Maradona’s death just to be sure he died of natural causes.


Prosecution chief John Broyad, speaking outside San Andres as the retired footballer’s body was taken to a nearby morgue for an autopsy, said: “Diego Armando Maradona died around 12pm local time.

“The forensic police began their work at 4pm.

“The autopsy is being carried out to determine beyond any doubt the cause of death but we can say at this stage that everything is pointing to natural causes.”


Meanwhile Argentina President Alberto Fernandez, has already announced three days of national mourning.


Maradona, only turned 60 on October 30. In an interview 15 years ago, he revealed what he wanted engraved on his tombstone.


The famous former footballer in the interview said “getting old with his grandchildren would mean a peaceful death” for him.

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