Five holidaymakers injured – including one man seriously wounded – in savage dog attack at Kinmel Bay caravan park

FIVE tourists were injured in a savage attack by a dog on a family caravan.

One man was seriously injured by a dog bite and was transported to the hospital for emergency medical assistance, while four other people suffered minor injuries.


The savage attack took place at a caravan park in Kinmel Bay, North WalesCredit: WNSOne man was seriously injured in the attack and is currently in the hospital


One man was seriously injured in the attack and is currently in hospitalCredit: WNSPolice seized a dog not believed to be Bully XL


Police seized a dog not believed to be Bully XLCredit: WNS

Police were called to a holiday park in a spate of 999 calls from the park after a dog began attacking people at a weekend on the North Wales coast.

Officers seized the dog but said it was not believed to be Bully XL at Palins Holiday Park, in Kinmel Bay, North Wales.

The attack happened just after 10pm on Friday before two men, aged 58 and 28, were arrested.

DS Jon Rich, from North Wales Police, said: “Our investigation is ongoing but I would like to reassure the public that we are not looking for anyone else in connection with this incident.

“We are aware of the current national attention to incidents of this nature.

“The dog is believed not to be a Bully XL and we are in the process of confirming its exact breed.

“I would ask anyone who witnessed the incident or has any video footage to contact us on 101 quoting incident number A149757.”

The park contains a heated indoor pool, an amusement arcade, a bar, an adventure playground and a supermarket.

It is located just one mile from the popular resort of Rhyl.

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Police say the dog is currently in a kennel.

Palins describes itself as the perfect place for a family vacation.

It is located one mile from Rhyl in the tourist resort of Towyn.

It said: “Palins is a family owned caravan park that has been in business for over 80 years.

“Whether you’re looking for an action-packed vacation or a relaxing vacation, our warm and welcoming staff will ensure you have a pleasant stay.

“At the entrance to the park, there are all the facilities that will entertain the whole family during the day.”

He says all their holiday homes are equipped to the highest standards with everything a self-catering holidaymaker could wish for.

It added: “There are many local attractions to visit during your stay including Welsh Mountain Zoo, Conwy Butterfly Jungle, Greenwood Forest Park Snowdonia and many more.”

One review said: “Well-fed and well-behaved dogs are allowed in the pub on the campsite.”

The news comes after a spate of dog attacks, believed to have been carried out by various American Bully XLs.

Prime Minister Rishi Sunak vowed on Friday to ban the breed by the end of the year.

He said he shared the nation’s “horror” at several videos showing cruel abuses in recent days, including of children.

A man died yesterday in Walsall, Staffordshire, after being attacked outside a primary school.

Police have arrested two men in connection with the horrific attack


Police have arrested two men in connection with the horrific attackCredit: WNSThe attack happened on Friday just after 10 p.m


The attack happened just after 10pm on Friday Credit: WNS

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