A brave young Wexford boy has returned to school…
The young victim of the dog attack, Alejandro Mizsan, suffered horrific facial injuries as a result of a dog attack and he was then airlifted to hospital. He was in hospital after he was the victim of a pit bull attack in Enniscorthy, Wexford.
On Monday, the young Wexford boy made his return to school and he was welcomed back to St Aidans in Enniscorthy with open arms.
Speaking to the Irish Mirror, Alejandro Mizsan’s brother stated that:
“Of course I’m very proud of him. All the family is very happy, everything is back to normal. Everything feels like it’s back to normal, obviously he still has the scars and has to get more surgery, but apart from that everything is back to normal.
“It’s an important milestone for him.
“He said, ‘I’m so happy to be back’ and that he is delighted to see his teachers. He’s also happy that his life is getting back to normal.”
Over €178,000 has been raised in a GoFundMe for Alejandro. The link to donate still remains open for people to contribute.
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