How to keep your children safe after a snake bite

  • October 15, 2021

In a shocking incident that left a mother and her young daughter seriously hurt, a young child in Florida was left with a horned snake bite after getting trapped in a house when a neighbour threw a stone.

The incident took place at the home of a woman in the area of Spring Valley Road and Eureka Road in Miami Gardens, Florida, on Monday.

The victim, a seven-year-old boy, was in a backyard garden when a man threw a rock at his vehicle.

“The boy immediately jumped in the car and started screaming, “Help, help!

“”The mother then grabbed the boy and threw him to the ground,” according to Miami Gardens police.

But when she went back inside to get her husband, she said the neighbour threw rocks at her and then “he threw the rock on top of the child, and it went through the car,” Miami Gardens Police Detective Sgt. John D. Sullenger told The Sun-Sentinel.

Ms Horne, who is now recovering from the injuries, said the child was thrown by a neighbor into a house, with a woman standing over him, and then the two children were inside when she was bitten.

She said the young child’s mother was “horrified”, and her children were also in the house when the incident happened.

Shape Created with Sketch.

UK news in pictures Show all 50 left Created with Graphics: Getty Images 1/50 3 October 2018 Britain’s Prime Minister Theresa May dances a few steps as she takes to the stage to give her keynote address on the fourth and final day of the Conservative Party Conference at the International Convention Centre in Birmingham AFP/Getty 2/50 2 October 2018 Boris Johnson warned that Theresa May’s “cheat” Brexit plans would leave the UK in “manacles” and lead to the dominance of the far right and far left in British politics during his speech at a fringe event at the Conservative National Convention in Birmingham PA 3/50 1 October 2018 Scottish Conservative leader Ruth Davidson speaking at the Conservatives party annual conference at the Edinburgh International Convention Center in Glasgow, as counting is under way for the General Election PA 4/50 30 September 2018 Protestors set off on an anti-Brexit march, organised by the ‘Best For Britain’ campaign group, in central Birmingham AFP /Getty 5/50 29 September 2018 Royal Navy Commander, Nathan Gray lands his F-35B onboard HMS Queen Elizabeth for the first time.

Two F-15 fighter jets have successfully landed onboard HMS Royal Navy ship HMS Queen Charlotte for the second time, laying the foundations for the next 50 years of fixed wing aviation in support of the UK’s Carrier Strike Capability.

Royal Navy commander, Nathan Grey, 41, made history by being the first to land on, carefully manoeuvring his stealth jet onto the thermal coated deck.

He was followed by Squadron Leader Andy Edgell, RAF, both of whom are test pilots, operating with the Integrated Test Force (ITF) based at Naval Air Station Patuxent River, Maryland.

Shortly afterwards, once a deck inspection has been conducted and the all-clear given, Cdr Gray became the first pilot to take off using the ship’s ski-ramp.

Crown copyright/PO Arron Hoare 6/50 28 September 2018 Headteachers from across England and Wales hold signs in Parliament Square, London, as they prepare to march on Downing Street to demand extra money for schools PA 7/50 27 September 2018 Former leader of the English Defence League Tommy Robinson (C) arrives at the Old Bailey Courthouse in London, Britain, 27 September