A woman with severe injuries is brought to the hospital after she was attacked in Merseyside by her bulldogs.

  • A woman was attacked by her own dogs and armed police were called to help. 
  • She lived in Liverpool and suffered serious injury from her four bulldogs.
  • Two police cars and an ambulance arrived on the scene.  










Today, police escorted armed officers to a street following the attack on a woman by bulldogs.

One address in St Helens (Merseyside) was at the center of an extensive emergency response scene that included two police cars, police dog, ambulance, and fire engine.

Merseyside Police reported that a woman sustained serious injuries after four of her dogs attacked her at home.

Assam Close (by Reginald Road, south of the town) was quickly flooded by police just after 10am.

At least two police cars, an ambulance and a fire crew descended on the scene (pictured) in St Helens, Liverpool

The scene was spotted in St Helens. Liverpool.

Local residents claimed emergency crews arrived on the spot for nearly an hour before they began to fade.

Police were seen at the scene loading a small pet into a black unmarked van and driving off.

One resident near the property stated that the entire street was crowded with ambulances, police and other emergency personnel. It was insane.

Assam Close was not the only person who lived on Assam Close’s estate. He said there had been problems in the past and residents “have to suffer” from it.

A woman was seriously injured after she was attacked by her four dogs, which were described as bulldogs

The attack by the four bulldog-like dogs on a female left a woman with serious injuries.

According to one resident, “It’s a normal estate. It’s not surprising that something like this happens.”

Merseyside Police spokeswoman said that “Emergency services will be present at Sutton today (Monday 6 December”)

Police were dispatched to Reginald Road to investigate a report that a woman was attacked by four bulldog-like dogs.

The woman suffered serious injuries and was taken into hospital.

Merseyside Police have taken possession of the dogs.

“Enquiries are continuing into this incident.

“Anyone with any information should contact @MerPolCC, 101 or using reference 21000844839.

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