Real estate agent suffers horrific injuries after being viciously torn apart by two bullmastiff dogs during a home inspection
- Agent Joanne Hayes stayed behind with a broken arm and injuries to her legs
- The 49-year-old woman was attacked by two bullmastiffs during a home inspection
- The tenants who owned the cruel dogs were at work during the house visit
A real estate agent who was torn apart by two bullmastiff dogs during a home inspection left a broken arm and wounds on her legs.
Joanne Hayes, 49, was poised by the aggressive dog moments after a step in the Central Coast home at around 10.15 am on Thursday.
The man who owned the house and the two cruel dogs was working at the time of the attack, despite the fact that the agent had a pre-booked appointment.
Real estate agent Joanne Hayes was torn apart by two bullmastiff dogs during a home inspection
Paramedics treated the 49-year-old on the spot before being flown to Royal North Shore Hospital in a serious but stable condition by CareFlight rescue team.
The neighbors ran to Mrs. Hayes' rescue and managed to take the pets away from her.
Paramedics treated the 49-year-old on the spot before she was flown by a rescue team from CareFlight to the Royal North Shore Hospital in a serious but stable condition.
Wiseberry Peninsula Director Troye Howe told it Central Coast Gosford Express Advocate this was the first time that an employee was attacked.
& # 39; The staff (here) are deeply shocked, we are all very upset & # 39 ;, Howe said.
Both dogs were euthanized.
The aggressive dogs (stock image of a bullmastiff) were both euthanized after the attack
The 49-year-old was attacked at around 10.15 am on Thursday at an inspection at an Australian Avenue property (photo) in Umina Beach in the New South Wales coast.
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