Specialists from University of Thrace will help local pathologist conduct postmortem on Celia Hollingworth

The remains of a British woman who is believed to have been mauled to death by a pack of wolves or wild dogs in northern Greece are to be examined by a team of forensic experts in an attempt to understand more about what happened.

Celia Hollingworth died after visiting an archaeological site in Mesimvria last Thursday. A local pathologist aided by specialists from the University of Thrace will conduct a postmortem on Wednesday in the north-eastern town of Komotini.

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