On 10th June 1915, at around 10.45 in the morning, Private Stone of 2/23 London Regiment was leading a mule down Windhill, when a small terrier dog belonging to Mrs Glynn of Windhill, flew at the soldier and sunk its teeth into the soldier’s leg. With this, the mule took fright and bolted off causing Stone to be dragged along behind. P.C. Springett made enquiries into the case, and subsequently cautioned Mrs Glyn about the behaviour of her dog.
Mule takes flight after dog bites soldier
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