Cleveland Police dog handler PC Baines said he went into the house and saw Dano - which was trained to bark at a suspect unless they made a move to flee or attack - biting Ms Collins' arm.
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He managed to get the animal to release its grip and dragged it into the hallway but it remained in "prey drive", which he explained to the coroner meant "fight mode". Another officer, who had come into the house to help, was speaking loudly on the radio and would also have added to the dog's excitement. The five-year-old animal, which PC Baines described as "excellent", was destroyed after the incident, the inquest was told. Previously, the jury heard that Mrs Collins gave permission for police to search her garden but she was not aware that a dog would be involved.
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A post-mortem exam showed she died in hospital from lung disease, but a pathologist said her death was hastened by the dog attack. The deal with Jingye Group could potentially safeguard 4, jobs in the UK. England selected Local News Regions Tees selected.
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Android iOS Songsterr Plus. In a series of conclusions, the inquest jury also found two police forces should have revealed Dano's history when selling the dog to Cleveland. The jurors had been told earlier by the coroner that they must not attribute blame when returning their ruling on the circumstances of Mrs Collins' death. Mrs Collins, who had terminal lung cancer, told her son afterwards that the dog came into her house, bit her while she was standing still, knocked her over so she hit her head on a kitchen unit, and continued to attack her as she was on the floor.
The inquest heard Dano's handler, PC Mark Baines, gave the command "out" and the dog released his grip.
But after Dano was taken into the hallway, got free from its collar and returned to bite Mrs Collins on the leg. She required surgery for a broken arm and skin grafts and, although she made a good recovery initially, she developed pneumonia in hospital and died on 20 July The inquest at Teesside Magistrates' Court concluded Mrs Collins died from natural causes "contributed to by the consequences of the dog bites while the dog was out of control".
Following the hearing, Mrs Collins' son Eric Collins told reporters: "I am very angry with the police.
This has been a disgrace on their part. He paid tribute to his mother, a retired hospital worker, saying: "She was the most gentle woman you could ever want to meet. Cleveland Police said since the attack it had altered its policy when acquiring dogs and now asked for full details of an animal's past.