Authorities believe wild hogs may be the cause of the death of a woman in Southeast Texas over the weekend.
KTRK reports the body of 59-year-old Christine Rollins was found in the front yard of a home in Anahuac, Texas, on Sunday. The Chambers County Sheriff’s Office says Rollins was the caretaker of an elderly couple who lives at the home.
When she didn’t show up for work, the 84-year-old homeowner went outside and found Rollins laying in the yard between her vehicle and the home’s front door.
She had multiple injuries to her body, including an injury to her head that is consistent with a fall. She also had numerous injuries that appear to be animal-related.
According to the sheriff’s office, Rollins may have been attacked by hogs after she died. Officials are also still looking into whether Rollins had a medical emergency before her death.