PONTOTOC COUNTY, Okla. -- All six pit bull dogs that attacked and killed an Ada woman have been accounted for, but the search continues for the owner of the dogs.
Rosalie Bivins, 65, was killed Monday when she was attacked while using a walker to get to her mailbox.
Neighbors of Bivins say the dogs may have belonged to Bivins' son-in-law, who investigators say had fed them on occasion.
The state health department says so far 5 of the 6 dogs have tested negative for rabies.
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