AN IRISH-AMERICAN man extraordinarily saved the life of his two-year-old son following a coyote attack by killing the animal with his bare hands.
A coyote went after a moving auto, then a woman and her dogs were bitten later in the day, reports say.
"I was running behind the dogs to get them in, and just as I was here, literally, the coyote bit me - in the butt", the woman, Pat Lee, 62, told NBC Boston. After the coyote bit him twice while he tried fending it off, O'Reilly kicked it away and used his body weight to suffocate it while holding its snout shut, he said in an emailed statement. O'Reilly and his wife were with their three children when the attack occurred in a wooded area, WMUR Channel 9 reports. However, O'Reilly said the animal refused to run away despite his efforts to scare it off.
Approximately two hours later, Exeter police received a call about O'Reilly's encounter with the coyote on the trail.
O'Reilly was reportedly bitten in the arm and chest.
"I had its snout here, pushed it into the snow", he said.
"It's really just instinct", he said.
O'Reilly said he pushed the coyote's snout into the snow and held it there.
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CBS Boston reports that authorities believe the coyote was responsible for two other incidents earlier Monday.
Police said the father "went into protection mode" and suffocated the coyote "until it succumbed".
Hampton Falls Police received a call about a coyote attacking a vehicle near the border of Kensington and Hampton Falls at around 8.40 a.m.
New Hampshire Fish and Game collected the coyote and will test it for rabies. The woman was bitten as she was fighting the keep the coyote out of her home and has since received her first rabies shot.
"The coyote was on her three season porch and her two dogs had opened the sliding door and were attacked by the coyote", police wrote on Facebook.
Kensington Police warned the public of a unsafe coyote, posting a photo of the animal running behind a vehicle in the middle of the road and telling residents to keep their pets and children inside.
Law enforcement officials were searching for the coyote when they got word that it had been killed.