Scared victim in horrible XL Bully rampage footage speaks out over crazy dog

A traumatised victim ofa brutal dog attack in Birminghamover the weekend has spoken out about the incident.

Astonishing footage of the incident was captured by passengers on a nearby bus, who caught the dog as it followed a man desperately trying to get away.

Two men and an 11-year-old girl were hurt in the attack in Bordesley Green on Saturday (September 9) afternoon.

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The dog got free from its owner in the nightmare incident after it “broke free from its collar," West Midlands Police said.

Many tried to help the people the dog attacked, while others fled to escape the rampage.

In one particularly upsetting part of the footage, the girl can be seen being dragged to the floor and savaged on the ground.

The girl and two men were hospitalised.

Home Secretary Suella Braverman has since joined calls to ban the breed.

One of the people attacked was Yousef Ahadzai, who works at the Euro Carwash next to the Texaco petrol station where the attack took place.

Speaking in Pashto translated by a friend Yousef said: "I was scared, the dog bit me. The dog was out of control, it went crazy.

"I saw the girl be attacked, she was bitten. I saw the dog and I came out. I was really scared."

His friend, who chose to remain anonymous, said that Yousef would be going to a GP to check he hadn’t got an infection from the bite from the "crazy" dog.

A new statement was issued today (September 11) by West Midlands Police, which said: "We are continuing to investigate after three people were injured when a dog broke free from its collar in Bordesley Green on Saturday afternoon.

“The crossbreed Bully XL/Staffordshire Bull Terrier puppy chased an 11-year-old girl and she sustained serious injuries to her shoulder and forearms. She was treated in hospital and is now recovering at home.

"Several people rushed to her aid and as the dog broke free from its owner a second time.

“A 20-year-old man was chased across a garage forecourt and was taken to hospital with bites to his shoulder and forearm, along with cuts and bruises from being dragged across the floor.”

The force added: "Another man also suffered injuries and presented himself at hospital for treatment. We wish them a speedy recovery."

The force noted that the dog remained in secure kennels and the owners of the hound had been spoken to.

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