A Virginia woman was mauled to death by her dogs while taking them for a stroll in the forested areas close to her home, neighborhood specialists said Friday.
Neighborhood representatives found the assortment of Bethany Stephens, 22, in a lush zone off of Manakin Road in Goodland, Va. around 8:20 p.m. on Thursday, the Richmond Times-Dispatch announced.
In a news gathering Friday, Sheriff James L. Agnew said Stephens’ body was discovered protected by “two expansive, spot hued pitbull dogs.” He presumed that the dogs had been reproduced for battling.
In an underlying report, the medicinal analyst’s office said Stephens had guarded injuries staring her in the face and arms. Be that as it may, the main horrible damage she endured was to her throat and face, Agnew said.
“It shows up she was taken to the ground, lost cognizance, and the dogs at that point mauled her to death,” he stated, as per a neighborhood Fox associate.
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The territory where they found the casualty’s body was canvassed in blood, Agnew stated, including that it took no less than eight hours for agents to gather more than 60 bits of confirmation.
“It was a totally grisly mauling,” Sheriff Agnew said. “In my 40 years of law authorization I’ve never observed anything very like it. I trust I never observe anything like it again.”
The dogs, which are currently with Goochland Animal Control, will no doubt be euthanized.