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News24.com | Crocodile suspected of killing Australia woman with dementia

News24 Friday, 13 October 2017 ()
Authorities in northern Australia have been searching for a crocodile suspected of killing a dementia patient who wandered from a nursing home.
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News video: Hunt Continues for Crocodile That Killed a 79-Year-Old Woman With Dementia: Cops

Hunt Continues for Crocodile That Killed a 79-Year-Old Woman With Dementia: Cops 00:42

A crocodile is suspected as the culprit in the grim demise of Anne Cameron, a dementia patient who wandered away from her nursing home this week. Authorities believe the 79-year-old became disoriented within a tropical forest before she was attacked near a creek bank. Cameron's clothing and walking...

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