Woman dies from rooster attack in Australia
Australia does not come out of its astonishment after learning that a 76-year-old woman was killed by a rooster attack. The episode happened after a rooster attacked the lady and caused a catastrophic venous injury.
Apparently, a farm rooster attacked the lady on her left leg, which caused a significant hemorrhage, this caused her body to collapse, and later she died. Apparently, the lady did not have time to seek help and the damage occurred so quickly that the blood would have taken the woman by surprise.
Animals must go according to health
The recommendations made by the pathologists who investigated the case, is to understand the conditions in which a person may be. That is, a patient with a high level of diabetes cannot afford to be next to animals that can cause them any kind of harm. Another example was comparing someone who had bone problems and lived in a house with many stairs.
The investigation is conducted in order to look for possible threats from pets to people who have certain disabilities or notable health problems. The pathologists warned in their report that the diseases that need the most care in terms of companion animals are those that are related to a weak immune body, diseases that do not allow healing, mental disorders (although there are special animals for this case) and others illnesses that require immediate attention.