A 65-year-old lady was discovered lifeless in her East Harlem house this week — and investigators are probing whether or not she could have been bitten by her canine autopsy, police mentioned.
Police responded to the lady’s seventeenth ground house on Lexington Avenue close to East 109th Avenue, a part of NYCHA’s Clinton Homes, round 11:40 a.m. Wednesday when a neighbor known as for a wellness test, cops mentioned.
She was found mendacity unconscious and unresponsive on her mattress and was pronounced lifeless on the scene.
The lady had well being points and she or he appeared to have died of pure causes, cops mentioned.
The town Medical Examiner discovered doable puncture marks on her face — and investigators imagine they could have come from the “a number of” canine she had in her house.
It’s unclear what number of, or what breeds of canine, had been within the dwelling.
The lady’s title has not been launched, pending household notification.