The article focuses on Ann Dunn. We will look at her personality and what led to that bulldogs attack which killed her.
Who was Ann Dunn?
She was a 65 year old woman from St Brigids Crescent in Liverpool.
Ann died after bulldogs attacked in her home.
Emergency service providers who came to her property at 4.25pm came a bit late to save the life of Ann.
She is said to have died from the serious injuries she sustained from the dogs bite.
Five bulldogs which were the American Dogs were found inside her home when emergency service providers got there.
The dogs which attacked the 65 year old have been “humanely” destroyed.
People who know her are paying tributes in her honor.
One of them said: “RIP gorgeous lady, still can’t believe it Ann. Had some good times with you I will never forget. I am all so heartbroken for you kids and family right now. Don’t want to even think how they feeling. So happy I got have old chat with you on Friday even though it was only for 10 minutes, keeping looking [over] your family.”
Another also commented: “So heart breaking R.I.P. Ann thinking of all Anns family and friends.”
A third had this to say: “Heartbreaking RIP Ann.”
Other tributes to Ann said: “So so sad RIP Ann thinking of your family at this sad time.” Someone else replied: “Rip Ann such a lovely lady. Deepest sympathy to all the family.”
One also spoke how lovely she was “So sad such a lovely woman. RIP Ann thinking of all her family”, “So so sad RIP beautiful Ann. Absolutely devastated thinking of all your lovely family” and “Heart breaking thinking of all the family, devastated for yous all. R.I.P lovely Ann”.
Where from these dogs that killed Ann Dunn?
The police from Merseyside are said to have arrested a 31 year old man over Ann death.
The man is said to have allegedly owes a dog which is dangerously out of control.Inspector Katie Coote who is a detective said:“This is clearly a very distressing incident and our thoughts are with the family and friends of the lady who died. Our enquiries remain ongoing as we seek to establish what has happened and I would urge anyone who could assist our enquiries to get in touch.”