A pack of mongrel canines mauled a lady to dying at a house in Queensland on Tuesday morning.The lady, believed to be aged in her late 30s or early 40s, suffered important accidents because of the assault on Milton Highway in Maryborough at about 9am.
Emergency providers attended the scene however have been unable to save lots of the lady, who police consider was visiting the property.
The lady suffered critical accidents to her head, chest and left arm.
One of many canines which mauled the lady to dying on Tuesday morning
Police say the three canines concerned within the assault are ‘believed to be cross-breds’, however have supplied no additional info on their breeds.
The canines had been confined to a shed on the property by the point emergency personnel arrived on the scene.
Maryborough Performing Inspector Wade Lee mentioned preliminary investigations into the dying counsel the incident was ‘a really tragic accident’.
‘There isn’t any criminality concerned; it is simply tragic and unhappy,’ he advised 7NEWS.
‘There isn’t a earlier understanding of the historical past of the canines.’
The canines have been faraway from the Maryborough house by officers from the Fraser Coast Regional Council.
The animals have been faraway from the Maryborough house by officers from the Fraser Coast Regional Council
Performing Inspector Wade Lee mentioned police have been but to determine the lady with the destiny of the canines nonetheless to be decided.
Quite a few individuals concerned within the incident have been taken to a police station to finish witness statements.
A report will likely be ready for the Coroner.
The lady, believed to be aged in her late 30s or early 40s, was visiting the property when she was attacked