Woman dies after two dogs attack her in Galway

Woman dies after two dogs attack her in Galway
The woman's body was removed to University Hospital Galway for a post mortem.

A woman in her 60s has died after after being attacked by dogs at a house in Galway.

Gardaí and emergency services were alerted to the attack at a house on the road between Moycullen and Spiddal after 3pm this afternoon.

It is reported that she was attacked by two Bullmastiffs while she was visiting a relative.

The woman was pronounced dead at the scene and her body was removed to University Hospital Galway.

Gardaí in Salthill are investigating.


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