Aguirre also died at University Hospital just under two weeks after being attacked by her neighbor's pit bull.
On June 4, 2014 a Comal County grand jury indicted Rachelle Lucas, 47, and Peter Lucas, 49, both of Canyon Lake, for allowing their two pit bulls to roam free and cause the death of Betty Clark.
In 2014, one fatality involved dogs from three different breeds, thus producing a "death credit" total of 44 rather than 42.
Police and fire and rescue were dispatched to the residence after receiving an emergency call.Christina Bell, 43-years old, also known as Christina Burleson, was brutally killed by at least two pit bulls a few hours before dawn.The loose dogs also attacked two other people, one of whom tried to help Bell.Her death was "very traumatic, and very painful," according to the Montgomery County Coroner's Office.
Dayton Police shot and killed both dogs on scene and reported the dogs were pit bulls.That dog was "covered in blood" later determined to match Bell, according to Christopher Newport, a city spokesman for the BARC animal shelter.