A violent dog attack in Cheshire has resulted in five people being taken to hospital after being injured in a park while trying to get the animal under control.
Five people suffered minor injuries after trying to control the aggressive dog in Luton Park, Ellesmere Port, England.
The dog was seized by authorities and taken to a local kennels. All of the victims were sent to the Countess of Chester Hospital for treatment.
A spokesperson for Cheshire Constabulary said: "At 2.40pm on Tuesday, August 30, police were called to reports of a dangerous dog at Luton Park, Ellesmere Port. "Officers attended the scene and found a Rottweiler, which was off the lead and out of control. "During the incident five people were bitten as they attempted to control the dog. They all sustained minor injuries and attended the Countess of Chester Hospital for treatment to their injuries.