Girl, 14, in hospital after being bitten on the face by dog in horror attack | The Sun

A 14-year-old girl was taken to hospital after being bitten in the face by a dog in Lancashire.

She was attacked at an address in Burnley at around midday on Sunday.

The child was rushed to A&E and the dog seized by police at the scene on Clare Street, in the west of the city.

Her condition is unknown.

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A Lancashire Police spokesperson told The Sun: "We were called at around 12.15pm on Sunday, October 15th, to an address on Clare Street, Burnley, to reports a teenage girl had suffered facial injuries following a dog bite.

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"Emergency services, including the air ambulance, attended and the girl, aged 14, was taken to hospital.

"The dog has been seized and enquiries are ongoing.

"Several roads in the area were closed to allow the air ambulance to land."

North West Ambulance service said the child was taken by road to hospital.

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