A TEENAGE boy was stabbed at a children’s birthday party when a row erupted.
The victim was left with a serious knife wound after neighbours heard hysterical screams.
The dispute is thought to have happened outside a home in Sale, Greater Manchester, last night and up to 70 people were seen in the street beforehand.
One neighbour said there was a lot of noise while Janet Stonehewer said a group of girls were screaming, with some shouting “no, non, no” at the time of the stabbing.
Elle a ajouté: “I just thought it was youngsters having a drink but when I looked out of the window before going to bed, I saw the blue police tape across the lane.”
Another man called a young girl’s screams “hysterical” avant que police arrived.
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A Greater Manchester Police spokesman said yesterday: “We were called at 10.25pm on Saturday 16 April to a report of a teenage boy being stabbed on Baguley Lane, Sale.
“The boy was taken to hospital with a serious wound that is not believed to be life-threatening.
“He remains in a stable condition as he receives treatment. No arrests have been made and enquiries are ongoing.”
Cela vient après un teen yesterday died with another fighting for his life after a car hit a wall.
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The passenger, 18, was declared dead at the scene while the driver, également 18, was rushed to hospital.
Trois teen girls were also seriously injured in a separate incident when they were hit by a Mercedes.