Boy, 12, bitten by XL Bully in horror assault as he walked down the road

A younger lad was rushed to hospital after being bitten by a canine, considered an XL Bully.

The incident, which befell on Saturday (November 18), led to the arrest of a person. The boy and an grownup had been seen strolling down Cedar Street in Blackburn round lunchtime once they had been approached by the canine close to a neighborhood mosque.

Video footage exhibits the grownup making an attempt to free the boy from the canine’s grip whereas two others rush to assist after the canine was seen darting out from the facet of a close-by home.

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It took place on Cedar Street, Blackburn
It befell on Cedar Street, Blackburn

One bloke could be seen making an attempt to pry open the canine’s mouth to free the lad after it latched on to the teenager’s coat, whereas one other runs off to try to discover somebody for further assist throughout the chaotic scenario.

The video ends whereas the assault was nonetheless ongoing, so the extent of the boy’s accidents are usually not full identified. The police had been alerted at 12.30pm and the boy was taken to hospital for remedy. Details about his accidents haven’t been launched.

A 27 yr outdated bloke from Blackburn was arrested and has since been launched on bail. In a press release, a spokesman for the drive informed LancsLive: “The dog which at this time we believe is an XL Bulldog type has been seized.”

The boy was rushed to hospital
The boy was rushed to hospital

“A short time later it was reported that threats had been made towards the family of the victim. A 27-year-old man from Blackburn was arrested on suspicion of assault ABH and affray and has since been bailed pending further enquiries.”

The Daily Star has contacted Lancashire Police for an replace on the situation of the boy.

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