Baby boy dies and another young boy suffers 'life-changing injuries' after savage dog attack
A BABY boy has died and another child has been seriously injured after they were attacked by a dog.
Emergency services were called to an address in Harwich Road, Colchester, at 3.10pm on Thursday.
The wounded boy is said to be suffering from 'life-changing injuries'.
A woman was also taken to hospital and treated for minor injuries.
A statement on the Facebook page of Essex police read: "A child has died and two other people have been injured after they were bitten by a dog at a property in Colchester.
Three people were found injured and were all taken to hospital for treatment.
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