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Amazon driver killed in dog attack in Missouri

Amazon driver killed in dog attack in Missouri

An Amazon delivery driver was found dead after a suspected animal attack Monday night, Missouri authorities say.

Deputies found the victim’s body around 7 p.m. on the lawn in front of an apartment building near Excelsior Springs, a city with about 10,000 inhabitants. The Amazon truck was parked in front of the house for several hours.

Deputies found two aggressive dogs near the victim’s body. Officers shot one of the dogs, which then ran into the house through the doggy door, FOX 4 Kansas City reports.

Fire officials tracked the dogs into the home after spotting blood on the dog’s door.

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The two dogs that officials believe killed the Amazon driver were killed by deputies.

The two dogs that officials believe killed the Amazon driver were killed by deputies.
(FOX 4 Kansas City)

Officers entered the house and then shot and killed the aggressive animals. It is not known what breed the dogs were.

The victim’s injuries were consistent with an animal attack, but Ray County Sheriff’s Office did not confirm the cause of death Monday night.

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Ray County deputies found the victim's body at a home near Excelsior Springs, Missouri.

Ray County deputies found the victim’s body at a home near Excelsior Springs, Missouri.
(FOX 4 Kansas City.)

“Due to the injuries sustained by the male driver, we cannot confirm or deny whether they were the cause of death of the driver,” said Ray County Sheriff Scott Childers. The cause of death will be determined by the medical examiner.

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An Amazon delivery driver was found dead in an apparent animal attack on Monday.

An Amazon delivery driver was found dead in an apparent animal attack on Monday.
(FOX 4 Kansas City.)

The Ray County Sheriff’s Office is still investigating the incident.



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