Six months pregnant woman is beaten to death by a pack of dogs as she walks through forests in France

Six months pregnant woman is beaten to death by a pack of dogs as she walks through forests in France

  • Elisa Pilaski, 29, was found dead on Saturday in the forest of Retz north of Paris
  • She walked out with her dog Curtis when she was attacked and bitten to death
  • Pilarski had called her husband during her walk to say she was worried that a pack of dogs would attack her, but by the time he arrived she was dead
  • The police are investigating whether a group of hunting dogs was responsible
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A six-month pregnant woman was beaten to death by dogs when she took a walk in the forest in France.

Elisa Pilaski, 29, was found dead Saturday afternoon by her husband in the forest of Retz, north of Paris, where she had walked her own dog Curtis.

An autopsy on Monday showed that she bled to death between 1 pm and 1.30 pm from bites on her upper and lower limbs and the head of several dogs.

Elisa Pilaski, 29 (left), who was six months pregnant, was found dead Monday afternoon in the forest of Metz, north of Paris, after being killed by dogs

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Elisa Pilaski, 29 (left), who was six months pregnant, was found dead Monday afternoon in the forest of Metz, north of Paris, after being killed by dogs

Mrs. Pilaski

Mrs. Pilaski

Ms. Pilaski

Ms. Pilaski

Mrs. Pilaski was out of walking dog Curtis (right) when she called her husband to say she was afraid that a pack of dogs was about to attack them. He arrived 45 minutes later to find her dead

Some bites took place while she was alive, while others happened after she died, local paper L & # 39; Union reported.

The police are investigating whether a group of hunting dogs that were in the forest at that time could have been responsible and took DNA samples from the animals.

Samples were also taken of dogs that belonged to the victim, including the dog she was then walking with, and tests are still being conducted, local media reported.

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The woman had called her husband during her walk to say she was afraid that a pack would attack dogs, TVA Nouvelles reports.

Pilaski

Pilaski

Pilaski

Pilaski

An autopsy showed that Mrs. Pilaski was bleeding to death from multiple wounds on her upper and lower limbs and head caused by multiple dogs

The police say that a hunt was taking place in the forest (photo) the moment Pilaski died and DNA samples were taken from the dogs to determine if they attacked her. However, they also emphasized that she might have been attacked by stray animals, or even her own pet

The police say that a hunt was taking place in the forest (photo) the moment Pilaski died and DNA samples were taken from the dogs to determine if they attacked her. However, they also emphasized that she might have been attacked by stray animals, or even her own pet

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The police say that a hunt was taking place in the forest (photo) the moment Pilaski died and DNA samples were taken from the dogs to determine if they attacked her. However, they also emphasized that she might have been attacked by stray animals, or even her own pet

He left work at Charles de Gaulle airport in Paris and arrived 45 minutes later at the place where he found her mutilated body.

Ellul followed Curtis's cry, who survived the attack, to find Mrs. Pilaski's remains.

The police say that it is possible that the woman has been attacked by stray dogs or even her own animal, and has refused to exclude any possibilities.

The Retz forest is one of the largest in France and covers around 13,000 hectares.

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