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South Carolina woman, 52, dies after being mauled by her own dogs

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A South Carolina woman was killed after she was mauled by her own dogs.

A South Carolina woman died Thursday after she was mauled by her own dogs despite neighbors fight to save her.

Nancy Cherryl Burgess-the story would end, 52, of Greenville, South Carolina, was attacked by her two dogs, who were described as boxer-mix, on Thursday afternoon, FOX Carolina reported. Senior Deputy Coroner Kent Dill said they “suffered multiple, very serious, dog bites on her arms, which results in a large amount of blood lost.”

Neighbors who witnessed the incident, said she was walking to her home after hearing of the attack. When they are the victim, they saw the two dogs biting both of her arms and dragging her body back into her house,” Greenville News reported.

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The researchers said Burgess-the story would end was wrestling with her dogs in her garden when she is aggressive.

One of the boxer-mix who allegedly attacked Nancy Cherryl Burgess-the story would end.
(FOX Carolina)

“It went from looking like they were really playing they really eat of her life,” Amber Greer, a witness who called 911, told the Greenville News.

Neighbors told local media they tried to beat the dogs to them for free to the victim.

“When they finally get the dogs off of her, and finally got them to go, she threw her body over the fence,” Greer said. “They didn’t jump; she threw her body like you never seen before. They were eating her.”

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Burgess-the story would end was transported to the Greenville Memorial Hospital, where she died. The Greenville County Sheriff’s Office are investigating the case. Greenville County Animal Control took the two dogs that were scheduled to be euthanized.

William Long, a neighbor, said Burgess-the story would end was “a real nice lady.”

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“When you asked her for it every form of assistance they gave it to you,” Long told FOX Carolina. “She didn’t ask. They didn’t come out and raise a lot of Cain about it. If she can give what she wants.”

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