A MUM and two young kids have reportedly been savaged in a brutal dog attack.
Witnesses say the terrifying mauling left the hound’s victims “covered in blood and bite marks”.
Derbyshire Police are yet to confirm the attack which allegedly occurred in Ilkeston at 6pm on Friday.
Locals say cops removed two dogs, thought to be Staffordshire Bull Terriers, from a home in the rural town.
They claim a dog removal van and a dog handler officer was also at the scene.
Speaking to Derbyshire Live, one resident said: "There were quite a lot of police cars and it looked really serious.
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"I think they had someone in the back of a police van but I couldn't see much."
Another added: "The police were next to the roundabout and they were there for quite a while.
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"I can't imagine how the people involved must have felt."
The Sun has approached Derbyshire Police for comment.
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