Eight-year-old Jesse-Cole Shaver from Oregon, was out with 10 friends. They were down a steep embankment, exploring a creek in a local wood, when one of the children stepped on a rotten log, which unleashed a swarm of angry bees.
The deadly bees immediately went on the attack, stinging Jesse-Cole at least 24 times. Paralyzed by the attack, the boy was unable to climb back up the hill to safety.
That was when the boy’s pit bull Hades came to the rescue. Jesse-Cole told KPTV:
Hades saw me and came and she dragged me up to the grass and then stopped and let me crawl on her back and then took me to mom.
Jesse-Cole’s sister Jasmine was also stung five times in what could well have been a deadly attack because she’s allergic to bees. The children were taken to Willamette Falls Hospital where doctors were still trying to remove even more deadly bees from the kids’ hair, according to their mom. The two said that they had no plans to return to the trail behind their apartment building. (Scroll down for the video.)
1. Jesse-Cole Shaver, 8, from Oregon, recalls the moment that he was out in a local wood and a swarm of bees attacked him.
2. The terrified children were down a steep embankment, pictured here, behind their apartment building when the deadly bees filled the air.
3. Luckily pit bull Hades came to the rescue dragging Jesse-Cole back up the hill to safety after he was unable to climb by himself.
4. Jesse-Cole and his sister Jasmine, left, were taken to hospital where doctors were still battling to remove the deadly bees from the children’s hair.
5. Jesse-Cole could not wait to leave hospital and hug his dog to say thank-you.
6. Jesse-Cole and Hades.
And here is the video:
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