The rooster  hit a 76-year-old woman's legs she became bleeding and went to death

The rooster  hit a 76-year-old woman's legs she became bleeding and went to death

Perth: An angry rooster hit a 76-year-old woman's legs so much that she became bleeding and went to death due to excessive bleeding in South Australia.

According to details, the elderly woman was a resident of a South Australian town and kept chickens in the vast courtyard of her home. One morning when they arrived in the yard to collect the eggs of the chickens, their pet's chickens became agitated and attacked them with stings and injured their legs. The woman's legs began to bleed so fast that she became unconscious and died before reaching the hospital.

Later the post-mortem revealed that the veins were intertwined with a special medical condition at the bottom of their legs, which caused the blood pressure to be high in that part of the body but flow was normal. Was significantly less.
Due to the stinging of the hen on this area, the upper part of the veins caused a crack and blood started flowing very fast. That is why his life was also lost.

Doctors say that even if the legs are injured in the aforementioned medical conditions, the risk of death is very low, with a probability of only one in 66. Now the incident has been made part of medical history.