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A mum was savagely killed by a pack of dogs in her friend’s back garden, which left her with horrific injuries to her head, chest and arm.
Amanda Carmichael, 41, died at the property in the city of Maryborough, Queensland, Australia, on Tuesday morning, June 8.
The victim was reportedly looking after the animals, thought to be bull pit bull terrier mixes, before the attack unfolded, according to 7News.
Several other people were at the house and raised the alarm.
Paramedics found Ms Carmichael with critical wounds and attempted CPR, but their attempts were in vain.
One woman who knew the victim said she was a “beautiful, darling friend” who will be “missed ever so dearly”.
Flowers have since been laid at the property where Ms Carmichael died.
Fraser Coast Regional Council mayor George Seymour said: “This is a very sad and tragic event for our community.
“Our thoughts and prayers are with her family, friends and relations.”
Acting Inspector Wade Lee added: "The dogs were in an enclosed yard.
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"At this stage it is just a very tragic accident. Initial enquiries reveal there is no criminality involved."
Earlier this week, a three-month-old baby girl was mauled to death by a dog as she lay in her cot.
Emergency services rushed to the scene after Mia O’Connell was attacked at her home in the early hours of Monday morning, June 8.
She was brought to Cork University Hospital but pronounced dead at around 3.15am.
Mia was sleeping in her bedroom at the time of the attack and is understood to have sustained serious injuries to her head, theIrish Mirrorreported.
The terrier-type animal is not believed to be owned by the family but was staying at the house at the time.
Mia's mother Ella Wood, aged in her 20s, had recently become engaged to her father 32-year-old Rhys O’Connell, and was not at home at the time.
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An Irish police spokesman said: “Gardai are investigating all the circumstances after a female infant, aged three months, was fatally injured by a dog at a residence in Clashmore, County Waterford, in the early hours of this morning [June 8].
“Gardai and paramedics treated the infant at the scene until she was taken to Cork University Hospital.
“She was pronounced deceased a short time later.”
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