Two people have been rushed to hospital with 'significant hand injuries' following a dog attack.
Two people have been rushed to hospital with 'significant hand injuries' following a dog attack.

Woman and child seriously injured in dog attack

TWO people have been rushed to hospital with "significant hand injuries" following a dog attack.

A woman aged 46 and a 12-year-old boy were bitten by a bull arab.

It is understood they were trying to break up a dog fight when they were bitten.

Paramedics were called to a private address at Home Hill about 8.45am, a Queensland Ambulance Service spokeswoman said.

The two patients were taken to Ayr Hospital under lights and sirens.

They are being transported to Townsville University Hospital in a stable condition.



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