Woman's ‘face and neck’ savaged by two ‘frenzied’ white staffies that ‘turned red with blood’ | The Sun

A WOMAN's "face and neck" have been savaged by two "frenzied" white staffies that "turned red with blood".

Locals looked on in horror as the attack unfolded on a residential street in Walton, Liverpool last night.

Dad Kevin Cannon told the Liverpool Echo:  "I saw the two women in the street and I think there had been a fight.

"One of the women was covered in blood and the other woman was screaming 'help her'.

"There was blood everywhere and she had injuries to her face and neck. She was in a really bad way.

"The dogs were in a frenzy. They were white Staffies but were red with blood."

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The dad added that the attack had come after an altercation, and that he had called the emergency services – before running to his car when one of the dogs turned on him.

He said: "When the police came they rammed one of the dogs with their car and the other dog ran away in the direction of City Road.

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"The police helicopter was up looking for the other dog."

Armed police and paramedics including Matrix vans and four ambulances are attending the scene, which has been cordoned off.

Merseyside Police's Matrix Disruption Unit is a syndicate which responds to gun crime, faction-based criminality and cash-in-transit robberies, as well as other public disorder situations.

Forensic officers are now also present, and a police helicopter is reportedly hovering above the area.

Parents have been walking past the scene in shock and worried for their children's safety, with around 15 police cars and four ambulances at the scene in the early hours.

It comes after a man suffered "significant injuries" and saw his pet dog killed after they were mauled by another dog on a beach walk.

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