• December 08, 2022

Shelly Engel Injured in Dog Attack in Burkeville, TX

Burkeville, TX -- December 4, 2022, Shelly Engel was injured as the result of an incident where dogs attacked her.

Investigators said that the incident occurred along Highway 87 near Highway 63. Newton County Sheriff's Deputies said that Shelly Engel was walking when a group of dogs attacked her, injuring her. Those dogs and the owner were located, and it appears the owner has been cited. Right now, additional details about the accident can't be confirmed.

Commentary on Shelly Engel Dog Attack in Burkeville

Shelly Engel Injured in Dog Attack in Burkeville, TX

What stands out in some reports is that the community has complained about these dogs in the past. This could be relevant specifically in getting someone help after a dog bite incident, but it depends on the exact history of the dog or dogs in question. Generally speaking, if the dog has bitten people before, the owner would have ample knowledge the dog posed a threat to others. As such, allowing them to bite others would be foreseeable, and therefore they could be liable for the resulting injuries. These dogs may have caused concerns for the community, but have there been incidents like this in the past? I'd say it's likely worth further consideration.

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