Emergency services called out to ongoing incident in Doncaster village involving injuries caused by dog

Emergency services have been called out to an ongoing incident in a Doncaster village involving injuries caused by a dog, this afternoon.

Police are understood to still be on the scene at a house Grange Road in Rossington, after police, firefighters and an ambulance crew were sent to the location.

South Yorkshire Police said in a statement today: “Police were called at 2.15pm to reports that a man and a woman had been bitten by a dog at an address in Grange Road.

“The man suffered a serious injury to his leg and the woman suffered a minor injury to her arm.

File picture of a police car

“Police and South Yorkshire Fire and Rescue attended the scene. Enquiries are ongoing.”

Firefighters are understood to have been there to help people get in and out of the property. They have now left the scene.

The Yorkshire Ambulance Service said it was unable to comment on the incident.

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