Horrifying moment woman is attacked by two dogs and pinned to the ground as owner screams ‘run run’ | The Sun

THIS is the horrifying moment a woman is attacked by two dogs which pin her to the ground as the owner screams "run run".

In horrifying scenes captured on video, the victim and a man are on a grassy area behind a block of flats in what is believed to be London.

The two are accompanied by three beasts – all of which seem to be off the lead.

Appearing to be pitbull-type dogs, the hounds leap up at the woman dragging her to the ground as the owner loses complete control.

Horror then unfolds as the vicious animals jump at the victim's face and drag her down by her hair for the second time.

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As two of the dogs get on top of her while she lies helplessly on the ground, the owner manages to tackle the third and grab its collar.

Managing to get up off the grass as she screams out in pain, the man grabs the second animal and pulls it off her.

The owner then tries kicking the third canine, still attached to the woman, in a bid to get it to stop as he screams, "Rocco, Rocco".

In the entire video, which The Sun has decided not to show, the vicious hound then bites onto the woman's arm and pulls it side to side as she's pinned up against a fence.

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Britain is currently battling an epidemic of vicious maulings, with incidents this year already hitting a 40-year high.

In the last ten years there have been 41 deaths as a result of vicious dog attacks – and ten of these took place in the last year.

It comes after four-year-old Alice Stones was killed by her family's dog her back garden in Milton Keynes.

Wayne Stevens, 51, died following the attack inside a Derby home.

And a six-year-old boy suffered "potentially life-changing" injuries after being mauled by an American Staffordshire terrier in South Yorkshire.

The Sun recently revealed which county in the UK has seen the most fatalities in the last decade.

From 2013 to present Yorkshire has seen five deaths from dog attacks – making it the most deadly area in Britain.

Merseyside and South Wales come in joint second for the most deathly dog attacks – with four in each county.

Manchester and Lancashire are the third worst areas for fatalities after seeing two deaths each in the last ten years.

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