Police ID Woman Attacked by Dogs in Puna
Authorities have identified a Puna woman attacked by dogs last month as 85-year-old Dolores Teresa Oskins of Keaʻau.
Oskins was attacked by dogs on Aug. 14. She was taken to Hilo Medical Center for treatment where she died Sunday, Sept. 5.
An autopsy has been scheduled for Friday, Sept. 10, to determine the exact cause of death.
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