Police Wednesday worked to determine what actions may be taken against the owner of some dogs that escaped from their fenced yard, terrorized adults and children and bit at least three people.

“I was cornered against the wall and they started attacking me like crazy. I just couldn’t do anything about it,” bite victim Sara Anderson told FOX11. She said the dogs then set upon some school children who were running through the area in gym clothes.

Police shot and wounded a German Shepherd that marauded with the other dogs through a South Los Angeles neighborhood.

The dog survived the shooting, which occurred about 10:45 a.m. Tuesday in the area of Toberman and 20th streets,  Lt. Michael Mabie told FOX11.

Ricardo Rivera told the station he was bitten after the dogs jumped over the fence in their owner’s yard on Toberman Street.

Alexander Galdamez and Anderson were also bitten.

Animal services officers corralled the dogs and took three others from the owner’s home.

— City News Service

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