Ecuador: Woman apparently dies of cardiac arrest, dogs eat her face

Posted on March 25, 2017 • Filed under: Ecuador, Ecuador Emergency

An older adult was found dead in the Las Playas hamlet and part of her face would have been eaten by dogs. translated – The woman, identified as Zoila Jiménez Tenelema, 66, would have died because of “force majeure (suspected cardiorespiratory arrest),” according to the police.

Before the call of the ECU 911 Ambato, police personnel moved to the place to verify the novelty. There the uniformed men noticed the presence of the woman’s corpse.

Then “from the external examination of the corpse, this cadaverous anthropophagy at the height of his head, caused by a pack of dogs owned by the deceased, does not present any other traces of violence,” says the part.

With the antecedents exposed and with the presence of the prosecutor of shift, Celso Lazcano, the lifting of the corpse was carried out in collaboration of Criminalistics personnel.

Mary Jimenez Medina, a neighbor of the deceased, had been alerted by one of the local residents about the presence of a pile of dogs and a cow grouped on a body. Read Article


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