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80-Year-Old California Woman Fatally Mauled by Hunting Dogs During Morning Walk

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In a tragic incident in the rural desert community of Baldy Mesa, California, an 80-year-old woman was mauled to death by two hunting dogs. The victim, identified as Soon Han, was found deceased by the side of the road on Friday morning, following the vicious attack, Your Content has learned.

According to the San Bernardino County Sheriff-Coroner Department, Han was out for her routine morning stroll when she was assaulted by two Dogo Argentinos that had escaped from a nearby residence. The Dogo Argentino, a breed known for its prowess in big-game hunting and notable strength, is banned in several countries including the UK, Australia, New Zealand, and Denmark due to concerns over aggression and potential danger to the public.

This incident marks the latest in a disturbing series of deadly canine attacks across the nation. Just last month, an 89-year-old woman in Colorado was killed, and her 12-year-old grandson severely injured, in an attack by the family’s pitbull. Additionally, a heart-wrenching event occurred on Wednesday when Kirstie Bennard, aged 30, was severely injured, and her two young children, five-month-old Hollace and two-year-old Lilly, were killed by their family pitbull,‘according to CBS News.

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