A man has been arrested after a dog attack that left eight people in Sussex needing hospital treatment.
Police were sent to Marline Road in Hastings, East Sussex, at around 8.55pm on Sunday after reports two dogs had escaped into the street and injured several people.
When officers arrived, one of the dogs had already been detained by members of the public in a dog crate, a police spokesman said.
The second dog was contained by a dog unit in a garden, helped by other police officers at the scene, allowing the ambulance staff to treat those who had been injured.
Police believe that three people received serious bites and scratches to their bodies but their injuries are not life-threatening.