Birmingham news Serious stabbing, burnt-out cars and armed police as trouble flares in city MetiNews.Com
MetiNews.Com - One man was found with multiple injuries on Knowle Road
Breaking News ! A man suffered multiple serious stab injuries after trouble flared on a residential street in Sparkhill. Armed police, paramedics and the fire service were all called to the incident on Knowle Road, shortly after 11pm on Monday - October 26. The man was discovered in the road after being knifed multiple times. Near to the scene, at least three cars were set alight. It is unclear if the two incidents were linked. Police at the scene in Knowle Road in Sparkhill. West Midlands Ambulance Service confirmed they were called to the scene, with paramedics and the Midlands Air Ambulance critical care car all attending. A WMAS spokesman told BirminghamLive: "We were called at 11.07pm to reports of a stabbing on Knowle Road. Read More Related Articles Girl airlifted to hospital after 'stabbing' as woman arrested Read More Related Articles Killer who stabbed lover in the chest jailed for 10 years "One ambulance, two paramedic officers and the Midlands Air Ambulance critical care car attended. On arrival we discovered one patient, a man, with multiple serious stab injuries. "He was taken to hospital for further treatment.
." Today, a small police cordon remained in place restricting access to the burnt-out remains of three cars near the Mughal Azam restaurant.
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One eyewitnesses who lives nearby said: "I was sleeping and I heard a big bang. "It was a crash. There was a fire and we called 999 and they said they were already on their way. As soon as I came outside there was armed police, lots of police, an ambulance and two fire engines. "They we’re treating a man down the road. They closed everything and asked me to go."
Another local resident said: "There were at least ten police cars. It was a really serious and worrying incident." Video captured at the scene last night show flames pouring from cars, with fire crews battling the blaze. BirminghamLive is awaiting a statement from West Midlands Police.
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