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  • Child mauled by dogs 'an awful tragedy'

    Linda resident Ronald Trapp mourns the death of 9-year-old Tyler Trammell-Huston, who was mauled to death by three dogs that were described as pit bulls or pit bull mixes now being held at Yuba County Animal Control. "May the child rest in peace," Trapp said Monday, January 4, 2016.

Child mauled by dogs 'an awful tragedy'

Linda resident Ronald Trapp mourns the death of 9-year-old Tyler Trammell-Huston, who was mauled to death by three dogs that were described as pit bulls or pit bull mixes now being held at Yuba County Animal Control. "May the child rest in peace," Trapp said Monday, January 4, 2016.
Randy Pench The Sacramento Bee