Hero father struggles with pair of dingoes to rescue his baby boy, 14 months after the animals have taken the child from a caravan in a creepy memory of Chamberlain
- At least two animals have entered the caravan on Fraser Island, Queensland
- The boy's parents woke up with the child being dragged through the head
- An emergency helicopter was present on Friday evening around 2.30 a.m.
- The boy was bleeding heavily, although his condition is unknown
A baby boy was saved from a pack of dingos by his father, who wriggled him away from the wild dogs.
The 14-year-old was dragged by his head from the caravan of the family when his parents were sleeping.
The parents woke up with the sounds of their baby screaming as the screams became weaker the farther he was dragged away.
The boy was brought to the hospital by RACQ LifeFlight Rescue after being attacked by the dingoes on Fraser Island, Queensland
At least two wild dogs are supposed to have entered the caravan on Fraser Island in the early hours of Friday morning.
An emergency helicopter arrived at around 2.30 p.m. The boy was bleeding heavily but was in a stable condition in the Hervey Bay hospital in the morning.
It is the ninth dingo attack on Fraser Island in the past 20 years.
The last incident is an eerie reminder of a case that fascinated Australia in 1980 Lindy Chamberlain & # 39; s nine week old baby Azaria was captured by a dingo in the Northern Territory.
Mrs. Chamberlain was accused of murdering her child and pleading for murder for more than three years in prison.
She was not acquitted until a piece of Azaria & # 39; s clothing was found near a dingo cave. She later received $ 1.3 million in compensation.
A 14-month-old baby boy was taken out of a caravan by a pack of wild dingo & # 39; s while his parents were sleeping (stock image)