Woman could need both arms amputated after Darwin dog attack
Posted On April 11, 2022
The 50-year-old was found in Driver, a suburb of Palmerston, with “significant injuries to both arms” after being mauled by a dog just before 1.50am on Sunday.
She was taken to Royal Darwin Hospital as a “priority one” patient with an intensive care paramedic on board, St John Ambulance Northern Territory told 9News.com.au.
“We understand that the lady has undergone surgery and is in a critical condition.”
Northern Territory Police have been contacted for comment.