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Math Rocks tutoring service owner Deyanira Salazar (standing, far right) of Uvalde reads the Leader-News at the University of California-Berkeley with fellow attendees during an educational workshop held this summer. During the training, attendees were split up into groups referred to as families, and Salazar’s group consisted of people from San Francisco and New York as well as Australia, Canada, Malaysia and Peru.
by Kimberly Rubio, staff writer A Uvalde woman was hospitalized Aug. 7 after she was attacked by a pair of stray dogs. Two witnesses used a shirt and a belt as a makeshift tourniquet in an attempt to slow the victim’s profuse bleeding.
Uvalde Police and EMS were dispatched to the 400 block of Fort Clark Road at approximately 9:13 p.m.
According to the police report, Rebecca Cruz said she was walking around Sacred Heart Catholic Church when two dogs lunged at her. Cruz identified one of the dogs as a white labrador and the other as a brown mixed breed.
Dionicio Granado Jr. and Roy Moreno were on their way home when they observed the attack. The two men rushed to Cruz’s assistance and utilized a shirt and a belt as a make-shift tourniquet.