Friday, September 13, 2013

Man lost part of his manhood after being attacked by a hyena & the hyena also ate his two fingers


Amby Dzere recovering at Mutare Provincial hospital where he was admitted following the hyena attack in Buhera
A BUHERA man who lost  two fingers, part of his nose and manhood after a marauding hyena attacked him last week is battling for life at Mutare Provincial Hospital.


The hyena went on to attack four other villagers, including a soldier. They are reportedly in stable conditions.
Amby Dzere (42) tearfully chronicled to The Manica Post how he miraculously survived a 30-minute long wrestle with the vicious animal.
The incident happened last Tuesday in Mutiusinazita Village, Buhera South.
“I was savagely attacked by the hyena at around 4pm. It was very vicious and could not let me go. The hyena tore my clothes while I was trying to flee. It suddenly attacked my manhood.
“I shoved my hands into its mouth to stop the attack, but I lost my two fingers in the process. It ferociously attacked my legs and peeled the skin as it looked set to kill me. The experience was nasty. I also sustained head injuries,” said Dzere who was visibly in pain.
He said he endured his struggle for survival alone as no villager was nearby to assist him.
“No one was in sight. It was an excruciating experience after I lost a lot of blood in a bid to free myself.
I was in pain, but I had to stand strong. I fought my way out. Other villagers arrived almost 30 minutes later and that is when the hyena fled. These villagers were God-sent because by that time I had almost lost hope,” said Dzere.
An hour later, the same hyena went on to attack three other people from the same village including Noria Musapukira who was walking home from Mutiusinazita Market.
The 10-year-old Grade Five pupil lost her eye in the process.
A few minutes later, the hyena also attacked a soldier and two other villagers before it was killed by the villagers.
Wild animals in the area, particularly hyenas and lions which have been perennially targeting livestock have lately shifted attention to humans.
Villagers have been living in fear after three stray lions were killed recently.
The villagers have since called for the responsible authorities to get rid of the wild animals to avoid unnecessary deaths.
The Parks and Wildlife Management Department could not be reached for comment at the time of going to Press

Source:Manica Post

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