Two hunting dogs kill 80-year-old California woman on a morning walk

Two hunting dogs kill 80-year-old California woman on a morning walk

Two hunting dogs murdered a woman in California when she was out on a stroll. The dogs attacked her after bolting from a neighboring house.

On Friday morning, Soon Han, 80, was discovered dead on the side of the road in the isolated Mojave Desert village of Baldy Mesa.

In anticipation of a hearing on hazardous animals, the dogs, known as Dogo Argentinos, were apprehended and transferred to a shelter.

Han “suffered significant injuries during the assault and was declared death at the scene,” according to the coroner in San Bernardino County.

The authorities also said that the dog owner had been found and was helping with the inquiry.

The American Kennel Club describes Dogo Argentinos as being “huge, strong, and athletic.” They were originally developed for big game hunting in Argentina, when they were intended to take on wild boar and pumas.

They are prohibited in a number of nations, including the UK, Australia, New Zealand, Denmark, and others.

The incident marks the third deadly dog mauling to occur in the US in recent months.

In Golden, Colorado, on September 14, an 89-year-old grandmother was murdered and her 12-year-old grandson was seriously hurt by the family’s two pitbulls.

Officers tried to disperse the animals from her using tasers and non-lethal shotguns, but they were unsuccessful until additional officers arrived.

Both creatures were euthanized.

Two toddlers were murdered on October 5 after their mother and two pitbulls, which the family had had for eight years, were attacked by them.

Lilly Bennard, age 2, and Hollace, age 5, perished as a result of the assault in Memphis, Tennessee.

Kirstie Bennard, 30, had terrible wounds and bite scars all over her body.

The two canines were put to death.

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