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June 23, 2021

Woman attacked by strays dies

The woman bitten by stray dogs on Thursday evening died on Friday within Bucharest’s ‘Bagdasar Arseni’ Hospital, medical sources have stated for Mediafax. Dr. Ioan Florescu, head of the hospital’s plastic surgery clinic, had stated on Friday that the woman was in a critical condition, being in post-hemorrhagic shock, and that she underwent three surgeries, including a skin transplant. Taniosa Sachievici was recently employed by a Constanta-based waste company which was about to open a branch in Bucharest. District 5’s Public Domain Administration (ADP) gave her its green light to pick up a waste recycling container. The victim was found in the courtyard of ADP District 5. The institution’s building had been out of use since 2010, so that there were no employees there. Police has opened an investigation.

Bucharest General Mayor Sorin Oprescu stated on Thursday that stray dogs continue to be a problem, which means that “the law isn’t working,” and cases like these happen when the people that pledge to take care of neutered dogs fail to do so. Bucharest General Mayor pointed out that stray dogs are being neutered but will remain a problem if they are abandoned and do not receive food and care.

Sorin Oprescu pointed out that in some cases the administrators of apartment blocks take neutered dogs from shelters under the written commitment to take care of them but then no longer do so. “We’ve started to round up the dogs and take them to the Fundulea shelter. We’ll start to take care of them there and when that shelter becomes operational we’ll close the one in Pallady,” Sorin Oprescu said. He pointed out that compared to other shelters, the Fundulea shelter, located on 14 hectares belonging to a former research institute, will have the capacity to house more dogs.

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