A Pennsylvania mother of two, 38, was brutally murdered by neighbors’ Great Danes in front of her young son after he went to feed them
- A Pennsylvania woman was killed by two of her neighbor’s Danes while feeding them while their owner was away.
- Christine Potter, 38, of Center Township in Perry County, died Thursday despite the efforts of emergency responders and police officers.
- Potter had fed the dogs before and went home with her young son, who eventually ran for help after the dogs attacked his mother in front of him.
A Pennsylvania woman has been killed after being attacked by her neighbor’s dogs she went to feed while her owner was away.
State police said 38-year-old Christine Potter died after she was attacked Thursday by two Great Danes in downtown New Bloomfield, southwest.
Perry County Coroner Robert Ressler said Potter went home with her young son, who ran for help when two of the three dogs present suddenly attacked her.
Ressler said emergency responders and police officers could not reach her until animal control personnel arrived and calmed the dogs.
Potter’s young son accompanied her to feed the dogs and quickly called for help when the dogs suddenly turned on her.
Christine Potter, 38, was killed by two of her neighbor’s Danes as she went to feed them while their owner was away
Potter of Center Township in Perry County died Thursday despite the efforts of emergency responders and police officers
“He was present at the scene, but I don’t think he was there for much of it,” Ressler said. “As soon as he saw the dogs start attacking his mother, he ran across the road to tell his brother to call 911.”
The two animals involved in the attack were later taken to a vet and euthanized.
Officials said a third dog was present but did not participate in the attack.
Brandon Zaiders, who was engaged to Potter’s sister, said he was told by state police that two Great Danes might have been fighting at first and then directed their aggression toward Potter when she tried to intervene.
Potter has been described as a kind-hearted person who has faced past tragedies.
Potter was engaged to Jacob Presley Fickett, right, and was planning to move to Florida with him
Potter had fed the dogs before and went home with her young son, who eventually ran for help after the dogs attacked his mother right in front of him.
The dog owner expressed her dissatisfaction with the incident and said she was in a state of shock and disbelief.
“I’m heartbroken, I’m shocked, I’m in disbelief and I just want to die,” said Wendy Sabatny. “I can’t believe this happened.”
Potter’s father mentioned that a dog had bitten Potter a few years earlier.
Having already experienced the loss of her husband and the death of one of her sons in a bike accident in 2020 at the age of 11, Potter is engaged and plans to move to Florida with her fiancé.
Potter’s fiancé Jacob Presley Fickett posted a tribute to her online
The mother-of-two from Center Township remembered her younger sister as a wonderful person who made everyone feel better when they were around her.
“When you’re around her, you feel better,” Jennifer Kiefer said WGAL. When you talk to her, you feel better.
“With all the tragedy that happened in her life, she still believes in God very much,” Kiefer said. “She was like that. I felt like there was a reason for everything.”
She was loved just to be around. Everyone loved it.
a GoFundMe The page is set up to help provide for Potter’s two sons.
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