A Dallas woman is fighting for her life after she was mauled by a pack of dogs.
Antoinette Brown, 52, was heard screaming for help around 3:00 a.m. last Monday in the 3300 block of Rutledge Street.
Jackie Humphrey heard the commotion and called 911.
"I heard her say, 'Somebody please help! Please help me! Please help me!' That's when I called 911," Humphrey said. "The policeman said the muscle had been eaten in one of her arms. He said one of her legs looked like a shark attacked somebody in the ocean."
Brown's mother, Barbara Brown, confirmed her daughter was bitten more than a hundred times and remains in a medically-induced coma at Baylor University Medical Center in Dallas.
Dallas Animal Services captured six dogs who appeared to be responsible for the attack. Dallas Police did not publicly disclose the mauling until the dogs were rounded up on Friday.
In a tweet to the Dallas Morning News, Police Chief David Brown said officers worked with neighbors to capture the dogs, before the owners could get rid of them. The dogs' owners could face charges, Brown wrote.