A woman suffered what were described as “significant” injuries Monday night, Jan. 23, when she was attacked by two dogs, the Riverside Police Department said.

The breed of the dogs had not been confirmed as they had not been found as of Tuesday.

The attack happened at about 9:10 p.m. in the 10300 block of Keller Avenue. Police found the woman, and she was hospitalized after being treated by paramedics, said Officer Ryan Railsback, a Police Department spokesman.

Riverside County Animal Services was attempting to find the dogs and interview the victim, spokesman John Welsh said.

The condition of the woman and the circumstances of the attack were not available Tuesday.

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California woman attacked by 2 dogs suffers ‘significant’ injuries

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