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A 73-year-old woman dies after being injured by an emotional support animal on a Massachusetts farm


So far, the details of the incident and what type of animal attacked the woman have not been revealed. His identity has not been released either. The police are investigating what happened.

A 73-year-old woman died after being injured by an emotional support animal on a farm in Bolton, Massachusetts.

Authorities say they received an emergency call from the Cultivate Care farm after 9:00 am on Saturday. 

Police, firefighters and emergency services arrived on the scene to give medical attention to the woman who was taken to Marlborough Hospital, where she later died of her injuries. 

So far

, the details of the incident and what type of animal attacked the woman have not been revealed


His identity has not been released either. 

The farm is recognized for receiving visitors in need of emotional therapy.WBTS

According to Bolton Police, all farm animals are for companionship or emotional support.

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The Cultivate Care website says it is one of the leading therapy programs of its kind in the country.

According to its website, sheep, cows, dogs, rabbits, pigs and all kinds of farm animals live there.

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In a statement, the organization mourned the death of the woman, who was working as a volunteer.

“We are heartbroken over the loss of our friend.

He had spent many hours working with animals, helping other volunteers

, and he was an important part of our community.

There are many things that we do not know, and that is complicated by the fact that no one was a witness to the accident ”, they assured. 

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According to the NBC affiliate in Boston, the inhabitants of the sector also mourn the loss of the volunteer. 

"You never know what can scare an animal,"

said resident Rita French, who also said the farm is very well run.

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Cultivate Care had planned to hold a local market on Saturday but it was canceled due to circumstances, likewise, its facilities are not open to the public.

The Massachusetts State Police and the Bolton Police are conducting a joint investigation into what happened.

Source: telemundo

All news articles on 2021-12-05

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