Five dogs allegedly attacked Rock when her mail vehicle broke down in Interlachen, Putnam County, on Sunday. She just began working here in December. She had completed her training, and Kaydee Richley, Rock’s niece, told First Coast News that she was “simply so enthusiastic for this new experience. One neighbor shot a revolver in an effort to scare the dogs away from Rock as neighbors rushed to try and frighten them.
Sheriff’s deputies discovered the woman bleeding on the ground and took her in severe condition to the hospital. “They were trying to salvage her other limbs, but she had one arm amputated before she passed away. Her blood pressure was all over the place, and her heart had twice stopped, according to Richley. Richley claims that Rock’s passing has left the family members in shock and grief. How did it advance thus far? Why were so many dogs able to approach her at once? The owners were not present. Why weren’t they put in jail?” she questioned.
Five canines will be put down, according to county officials, and the owner may be charged. The dogs have been a bother for a time, according to brothers Tyler Nelson and Evan Russo, who spoke to News4JAX. They resemble a pack of hyenas, according to Nelson. The dogs frequently jumped the fence or went underneath it, the brothers said, and they were not confined to the owner’s property by a fence. They simply step over the logs back there and cross them directly, according to Russo.
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