Morayfield, Queensland: 4 hospitalised after canine assault north of Brisbane

A person has been left significantly injured after a canine assault on 4 individuals north of Brisbane.

Emergency companies rushed to Grothe Road in Morayfield, 50km north of Brisbane, at 11.30am on Thursday after the assault was reported.

They arrived to discover a 31-year-old man struggling “important wounds” to his proper forearm, in keeping with Queensland Ambulance operations supervisor Joanne Southwell.

He was taken to Royal Brisbane and Girls’s Hospital in a steady situation.

“Three different sufferers all acquired minor accidents … and have been transported to the Caboolture Hospital,” Ms Southwell stated.

The 41-year-old girl, a 21-year-old girl and a 25-year-old man have been handled for puncture wounds and scratches sustained within the assault.

The canine has now been seized by Morton Bay Council officers and an investigation is beneath means.

“Council acquired a report from Queensland Ambulance Service this morning a few canine assault incident in Morayfield and is at the moment investigating,” the spokesperson stated.

“Our ideas exit to those that have been impacted.

“The canine just isn’t identified to council.

“The animal … can be held on the pound topic to additional investigation.”

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