On Monday morning, 29-year-old Tara Bragg and her four-year old daughter, Chloe, left their home at 3.30am to catch a bus home.
“I was out walking my dogs in the garden with my husband and mum when I heard a loud bang,” Tara told News.
“We went to investigate and we found a lot of people with a lot on their faces and it looked like someone had been shot.”
Then we realised it was a dog and we started running away.
“The family of two were told a police officer was on the scene and she was pronounced dead at the scene.
A spokeswoman for Queensland Ambulance Service said the ambulance service was called to a home in St George in Griffiths about 3.45am.
The spokeswoman said they were able to transport Ms Bragg to hospital in Goodwood for treatment, but it was not known how long the woman was in hospital.
Ms Bragg’s husband, Shane, said his wife’s body was found “somewhere between the front and back of the house”.”
She was a great mum, loved her dogs and she did everything right,” he said.”
She had a good heart and she wanted to do the right thing for her children and family.
“Ms Brgg was originally from New South Wales and grew up in a rural community.
A funeral is being held for Ms Brgg in Melbourne on Monday night.
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