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95-year-old woman killed by three pit-bulls in Irapuato

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On Tuesday August 16, a 95-year-old woman was killed by three pit-bulls, this regrettable incident occurred at the “Granadera” neighborhood in Irapuato, Guanajuato, where Municipal Police agents took care of the killer dogs.

A 17-year-old named Juan Alberto Garcia is the owner of these three dogs. The young man was taken to the Public Ministry to declare and his legal stauts is yet to be determined. He lives with his mother, Gloria, in a house on Chirimoyo 1323, where the now deseased rented a small room in the back.

Garcia’s neighbors declared the pit-bull dogs were very aggressive and said that they used to spend all day chained in the backyard.


(Photo: am.com.mx)

The facts occured around 7:45 pm Tuesday, when Gloria -who was in bed since she had a surgery just a few days before- asked her son Juan Alberto to go and buy her an LP gas tank at the neighborhood dispatcher, so they could cook.

Minutes later, 95-year-old Gregoria Torres Ramirez arrived to the house, and while she was walking through the backyard to get to her room, the three dogs somehow got loose and attacked her.

Gloria, unable to get out of bed, heard the dogs growling and started screaming for help. Immediately, the neighbors looked out from their roofs and watched how the three dogs tore the old woman apart, leaving her in a pool of blood.

Some of the neighbors opened the front door of the house, managed to drive the dogs away from the victim and push them into a room at the back of the house, but apparently it was too late, the old lady was unconscious, lying in a pool of blood in the middle of the backyard.


Pitbull dogs were confiscated by Iraputo’s municipal police officers (Photo: Exclesior)

Municipal Police agents and paramedics arrived to help the womanand took her on an ambulance to the nearest hospital; but she was confirmed dead just a minutes after arriving to the emergency room.

Also, a group of municipal police agents came to ensure that the dogs were taken to the “Animal control center” while the investigation continued.

Finally, the Joint Research Unit of the Attorney General of the State (PGJE) arrived onsite to begin inquiries and to carry out the proper investigations in order to solve this case, and punish the people responsible.

Source: http://www.am.com.mx/

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