A pensioner was savagely mauled to death by two hunting dogs who launched a deadly attack as she went for a walk.
Soon Han, 80, was tragically discovered by the side of the road in Baldy Mesa, Mojave Desert, California on Friday (October 7) morning.
Pandemics rushed to the scene, but despite their best efforts, Han was pronounced dead shortly after.
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The dogs, confirmed to be Dogo Argentinos, were caught and taken to a shelter, and are now awaiting a dangerous animals hearing.
It has been reported that the dog owner is cooperating with the investigation.
According to the coroner in San Bernardino County, Han "suffered major injuries during the attack and was pronounced deceased at the scene."
Dogo Argentinos were first bred for huge hunting games in Argentina and are made to take on wild boar and puma.
The American Kennel Club describes them as "large, powerful, and athletic."
The breed is prohibited in the UK, Australia, New Zealand, Denmark and other countries.
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In similar news, a recently mum lost her five-month-old baby and toddler after their family dogs savagely attacked them.
Kristie Jane Bennard, 30, is fighting for her life after she jumped in to stop her pit bulls from attacking her little girl Lilly Jane, 2, and son Hollace Dean.
But the mum's 10-minute fight against the pets sadly ended in two deaths on Wednesday (October 5) in Shelby County, Tennessee.
Her condition has been described as "critical" following her desperate battle.
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