Pit bull attack leaves Kentucky woman dead, husband injured

Randolph Lopez
December 26, 2017

The dog attack occurred Sunday morning off Highway 66 in the Wiser Branch area of Arjay, where Lorraine and her husband Johnny Saylor were attacked outside of their home, according to the sheriff.

He is now charged with harboring a vicious animal after his pit bulls killed 66-year-old Lorraine Brock Saylor, according to the Bell County Sheriff's Department.

Her husband, Johnny Saylor, tried to assist his wife but also was attacked by the dogs.

"Under no circumstances are you to engage this risky animal", the department said.

Steele said Johnny Saylor is expected to survive.

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"The ambulance kept trying to get him to go to the hospital but he wouldn't leave until I took her into our care", said Steele.

Pictured, Kentucky man, Johnny Dale Lankford whose two pit bulls fatally set on Lorraine Brock Saylor while also injuring her husband, Johnny Saylor. Johnny's brother was able to distract the dogs long enough for Johnny Saylorto run inside and get his gun. Investigators said the husband managed to shoot the dogs, killing one of them.

"Then he come back out with his pistol and shot both of them", James Saylor said. "It's overwhelming the circumstances and what he found", Steele said. "The deputies determined that the dogs did not belong to the couple".

Sheriff Mitch Williams says anyone seeing the second dog, a brown pit bull, are asked to call law enforcement.

Also responding to the scene was Bell County EMS, Bell County Coroner Jay Steele, Bell County Animal Control Officer Patsy Bracken and assistance from the Kentucky State Police Post 10.

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