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Topic - Victoria Farkus
An inexperienced health care caseworker who visited a client at his home knew there was something that made her "very uncomfortable" about the 53-year-old man, even writing in his file that two people should visit him in the future.
Ms. Farkus said she initially thought her Chihuahua had bitten someone, but she looked out her window and saw Mr. Smith chasing Ms. Ross.
Mr. Smith stabbed Ms. Ross several times, Ms. Farkus said, and a motorist who happened to be driving by saw her bleeding and drove her to the hospital.