A woman was killed and another woman was injured Animal attack Officials said Thursday morning in Broward County, Florida.
The incident occurred before 11:00 am at the addresses of more than 100 abandoned dogs in Oakland Park’s nonprofit Everglades, Florida.
The Broward County Sheriff’s Office and the Oakland Park Fire Department answered a call about an animal bite and found two women injured.
According to the sheriff’s office, two women were taken to the hospital and one was sentenced to death. Police have not disclosed their identities.
Sheriff said NBC Miami At the time of the sudden attack, one of the women was working with a large mixed breed 3-year-old dog named Gladys.
“The second adult female tried to help the first worker, and in the process she was injured herself,” said spokesman Claudin Caro.
The second injury is said to be minor. Broward County Animal Care was humanely euthanized by the dogs involved, the news station reported.
More than 100 abandoned dogs in the Everglades, Florida posted a statement about the attack on their Facebook page, identifying workers by her name, Pam.
“Our heart is broken for our dear friend Pam. Our deep condolences to her family and friends. We are all sad and of our dear friends Give me time to deal with this great misery and loss, “it read. “We thank you for your love and patience.”
According to its website, the organization rescues dogs and cats in the Everglades area. This group accepted more than 4,000 animals.