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By Trevor Montgomery
Special to Valley News 

Son describes his agony after doctors ask to pull plug on critically injured Anza mauling victim


Last updated 12/27/2018 at 11:11pm


Three dogs that allegedly mauled Anza resident Angela Johnson as she hung laundry in her yard now sit impounded at a San Jacinto Animal Control facility.

A son, already grieving after his mother was viciously mauled by three dogs while hanging laundry on her rural Anza property Saturday, Dec. 15, must now make the terrible decision whether or not to leave his critically injured mother on life support or to allow doctors to remove his mother from the machines that have been keeping her alive for the last four days.

After what one animal control official described as a "horrific attack," Angela Johnson was airlifted to Desert Regional Medical Center in Palm Springs, where she underwent numerous surgeries and remains on life support. According...

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