A Black woman from Texas has died after feral hogs attacked and killed her outside a Southeast Texas home where she worked as a caretaker. 

According to the police, Christine Rollins, 59, cared for an elderly couple at their home in the town of Anahuac.

The 84-year-old woman she cared for was waiting for Rollins, waited for Rollins to arrive on Sunday. When she did not turn up, the woman went outside and Rollins in the front yard between her car and the front door, said Chambers County, Sheriff Brian Hawthorne.

Rollins reportedly had a severe head wound and several other injuries consistent with animal bites. A coroner ruled Monday that Rollins bled to death after an attack by feral hogs.

"We can kind of tell that from the different sizes of the bites," Hawthorne said during a news conference. "I don't want to go into detail," Hawthorne said. "But, in my 35 years, I will tell you, it's one of the worst things I've ever seen."