On Thursday night, a toddler was attacked by two dingoes in a remote area of Queensland’s Fraser Island in Australia. The boy’s family had been camping in K’gari when the dingoes broke into their campervan while they slept and dragged the toddler from his bed.
According to paramedic Ben Du Toit, the parents “awoke with the toddler crying and heard the crying getting further away from the campervan.” The father ran outside, fought off the dingoes, and rescued his son from one of their jaws. Unfortunately, the toddler is still in the hospital with a fractured skull and cuts to his head and neck. He remains in a children’s hospital in Brisbane, where he is considered to be in stable condition.