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Man mauled by 3 dogs in Huffman dies, had legs, arm amputated

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HUFFMAN, Texas - A man who was mauled by dogs in his Huffman neighborhood earlier this month has now died. A neighbor found Nicolas Vasquez pinned in the ditch with three dogs on top of him, attacking him.

That was June 9, 2022. After 10 days in the hospital, Vasquez has died. RELATED: 4-year-old boy dies in dog attack at Baytown homeNow loved ones and some neighbors want the dog owners charged. "When you know they’re barking, chasing people, you should do something about it.

When you just sit in your air-conditioned house and do nothing, that’s negligence" says neighbor Calvin Stoy, who stopped the dogs from attacking Vasquez.   "I thought I heard a moan.

I heard the dogs barking. So I went to the corner of my yard here, and I heard another moan," Stoy explains.  RELATED: Owners of dogs who attacked elderly man in Harris Co.

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