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Pit bull owners want dogs back after deadly Lincoln Heights attack; motorist dies in Highland Park freeway crash

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  • The owner of two pit bulls who fatally attacked a 67-year-old Lincoln Heights grandfather has filed an appeal to get the dogs back from L.A. Animal Services. The appeal comes after the dogs were deemed dangerous and Animal Services director Brenda Barnette mistakenly said the pit bulls had been “humanely euthanized” a city commission meeting. CBSLA
  • A Pasadena man died last Sunday after he lost control of his pickup and crashed into a tree alongside the southbound Arroyo Seco Parkway (110 Freeway) near Avenue 43 in Highland Park. EGP News

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