Neighbor Fears Worst After Kansas City Amazon Driver Might've Been Mauled To Death By Dogs

The investigation is ongoing following a tragic death of a local delivery driver. 

The news is exceptionally relevant given that delivery season for the holidays is already underway.

Here's a terrifying passage from a local report . . .

But some neighbors say local authorities have not done enough leading up to this situation, like one woman who asked not to be identified.

"I 100% believe that if the sheriff's department does not step up its response to aggressive dogs, dogs off-leash in the county or whatever that sort of looks like - if they don't, there will be more," she said.

"But I'll be honest with you. I know my Amazon driver. My Amazon driver knows me. All these new drivers and stuff, they didn't know: don't open that gate," she said.

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