Abandoned dead dog concerns resident
A dead dog lying on the streets of Vailima near the Carmelites Monastery has become a health concern for residents around the area.
One of them told the Sunday Samoan the dead dog has been lying on the street for three days.
As of yesterday, it has become a health concern for people living nearby and passersby, especially students attending the nearby Vaiala Beach School.
“Today (yesterday) is the third day and the dead dog has generated bad smell in the neighborhood,” the resident said.
“And especially when the dog is lying around the Carmelites Monastery compound and just near the residence of the Chinese Embassy.
“I drove down this morning (yesterday) to buy breakfast at Lynn Supermarket and the smell was getting worse.”
Mr. Rudnick was not sure who should clean up.
Whoever they are, he urged them to act immediately because the bad smell had become a health concern for residents nearby.
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