Girls aged two and three have been taken to hospital after a dog attack in Birmingham.
Police believe a guard dog escaped from a business premises and attacked the girls on St Saviour’s Road in Saltley at about 12:30 GMT.
The three-year-old suffered serious hand and leg injuries after being bitten, and the other child sustained scratch marks and a leg injury.
Their conditions were not life-threatening and the dog was seized.
Birmingham Live said it had seen a video that showed a dog launching upon the girls and a woman.
West Midlands Ambulance Service said it had “multiple calls reporting a dog attack” and on arrival a crew found two girls, one with serious injuries.
They were both assessed and treated at the scene before being taken to Birmingham Children’s Hospital. Their conditions were not life-threatening, it added.