Roxy mauled the face of a child as she was walked past him by another child. The victim happened to be at face level with Roxy and, best guess here, he made eye contact, that didn't go well with Roxy and she bit him. This was a hard, dedicated bite too. No restraint on the Husky's part.
New South Wales tallies all dog bites, as required by law. I wrote about their stats before.
Roxy may be fine, usually. But she exhibited a real behavioral flaw before the age of two. My guess is she isn't always fine, and she's showed signals of discomfort around certain people, at certain times. The picture alone shows that Roxy is a pretty defensive dog. I'm not saying she should be killed, but I don't think her current guardians can handle her. A dog who has a low bite threshold, no bite inhibition, and who bites hard over what should be a non-threatening gesture (sitting on the gutter, at face level) is a dog who needs some behavior modification.