Dog attacks police officer and woman in Willesden
- Credit: Archant
A dog has been seized by police after it attacked an officer and a female member of the public in Willesden.
The animal bit the two people in Dixon Way at the junction of Church Road, after police were called to reports that a man had fallen out of his wheelchair on Sunday at 7.40pm.
A 75-year-old disabled man was holding the dog by its lead when it bit the officer on his leg as he tried to assist.
A woman who tried to help was also bitten.
Both victims were taken to hospital where they were treated for their injuries which were not life threatening or changing.
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The disabled man was also taken to hospital.
No arrests have made and enquires are ongoing.
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