Brenda Hamilton, 77, died after a puzzling animal conflict in Pantego, North Carolina, on Feb. 15, 2019.
(Pungo Christian Academy)
An elderly North Carolina lady has died after pang serious injuries in a puzzling animal conflict on a highway in a tiny city of Pantego, military said.
Brenda Hamilton, a 77-year-old dear high propagandize teacher, was found bleeding on a side of Indian Run Road Friday. She was immediately separated to a internal hospital, where she after died.
The Beaufort County Sheriff’s Office pronounced wildlife officials weren’t means to immediately brand a animal that mauled a lady during her daily morning walk.
“Beaufort County Sheriff’s Investigators along with North Carolina Wildlife Resources Commission Officers and Biologist responded to a stage to examine what kind of animal pounded Hamilton,” a sheriff’s bureau pronounced in a matter Monday. “At this time rough DNA contrast facilitated by NC Wildlife Biologist has separated any furious animals inland to a area.”
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Pungo Christian Academy, a Belhaven propagandize where Hamilton worked, reliable a “precious” teacher’s genocide on Monday.
“She has always been a Pungo angel, though now she is jubilant with her builder in heaven. Anyone who knew her has no doubt that when she enter a gates of heaven, she was acquire with these words…’Well finished my good and loyal servant…well done,'” a propagandize wrote, in part, on Facebook.
Hamilton had been an teacher during a propagandize given 1968, Pungo Christian Academy states on a website. Hamilton, an East Carolina University graduate, was teaching English, Spelling and Literature during a high school.
Several students — stream and past — as good as members of a Belhaven village common their condolences.
“Mrs. Brenda was like another mom to all of us.. she will be missed by soo many. My heart goes out to a family,” one lady wrote.
“I am truly unhappy and so unhappy to hear this news. Mrs. Hamilton was a large change on me and a whole Class of 1978. She will be missed by her students-past and present, a PCA Family and her amatory family. God Bless,” a former tyro added.
“As we lay here totally heartbroken, we am perpetually grateful that my children, as good as myself, got to be in her life while during PCA! What an well-developed chairman she was and a clarification of a loyal Christian! She will be missed so much! Prayers for all esp Mr Ray and her family!” a third echoed.
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Investigators are still perplexing to establish what kind of animal was concerned in a attack. Authorities contend dog DNA was found on Hamilton’s clothing, though that a contrast didn’t compute between furious canines such as wolves and domestic canines.
Investigators are collecting DNA from domestic canines for serve testing.
The Associated Press contributed to this report.