Coroner: Woman’s death ruled due to blood loss from multiple dog attack

(Riverton, Wyo.) – A woman’s death from injuries received in a dog attack on the Wind River Reservation on November 11th has been ruled as accidental. The cause of death of 40-year-old Deanne Coando-Tyvonnes was officially ruled “Exsanguination due to multiple injuries from animal attack consistent with infliction by dogs,” according to a coroner’s verdict and case docket released this afternoon. Exsanguination is the medical term for death from blood loss.