Egyptian woman saves child from attack dogs with her own body

Fearless woman saves young boy from being savaged by dogs by shielding him with her own body in Egypt Mohamed Ehab was attacked by two dogs in Madinaty suburb of Cairo in Egypt Stranger blocked dogs from viciously biting Ehab, putting body between them Youngster has wounds on head, legs, and arms, and was taken to the hospital 

By Dianne Apen-sadler For Mailonline

Published: 14:41 GMT, 1 March 2019 | Updated: 14:41 GMT, 1 March 2019

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A fearless woman used her own body to shield a child from two huge dogs who were brutally attacking him.  

Mohamed Ehab was attacked by two vicious dogs in the Madinaty suburb of the Egyptian capital Cairo. 

In the CCTV footage, the boy can be seen standing in the road with two other youngsters when the two large dogs bound into view.

When they notice the youngsters are sprinting away they turn and begin chasing them, and quickly bear down on Ehab as he sprints towards a building.

But just as he reaches the top of the steps the dogs catch up with him, and drag him down the steps where he gets to his feet and runs away again.

Mohamed Ehab was savagely attacked by two dogs in the Madinaty suburb of the Egyptian capital Cairo

Mohamed Ehab was savagely attacked by two dogs in the Madinaty suburb of the Egyptian capital Cairo

A brave woman stepped between the youngster and the two dogs, spinning him around and keeping him away from their bites

A brave woman stepped between the youngster and the two dogs, spinning him around and keeping him away from their bites

Ehab was left with horrific bite wounds on his arms, legs, and head in the attack

He was taken to hospital in a 'critical condition' and has a fever

Ehab was left with horrific bite wounds on his arms, legs, and head in the attack. He was taken to hospital in a 'critical condition' and has a fever

They then pull him down - this time tearing

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