It has been revealed that a disorder in Birmingham’s Centenary Square resulted in the stabbing of two teenage boys.
Following a double stabbing incident, law enforcement officials cordoned off a significant portion of the area in front of the Library of Birmingham, situated off Broad Street, starting at 5pm yesterday (Friday, May 19).
An update on the morning attack has been issued by West Midlands Police. According to officers, the two individuals who were transported to the hospital with stab wounds were identified as 17-year-old males.
According to reports today, the individual’s condition was described as “not serious or life-changing.”
According to reports, a warden from the vicinity of Broad Street provided crucial medical assistance to the injured teenagers, administering life-saving treatment until the arrival of paramedics.
In the latest news, a double stabbing incident has occurred outside the library in Birmingham’s Centenary Square. Here’s everything we know so far.
Four arrests were made by officers immediately following the incident. According to police, the suspects are still in custody and no further updates have been provided.
At this stage, it is believed that none of them have been charged. Authorities are currently conducting ongoing investigations following the erection of a blue tent at the location of the stabbing incident near Baskerville House last night.
According to a spokesperson from West Midlands Police, two 17-year-old boys were injured in the incident. The injuries sustained by the victims are not thought to be life-threatening or permanent.
As of now, the four suspects are still being held in custody. At this stage, there are no further updates.
Authorities are urging any individuals who may have witnessed the stabbing or any altercations leading up to the disturbance to come forward and provide information.
West Midlands Police has urged anyone with information to get in touch via Live Chat on its website or by calling 101. When contacting the authorities, individuals should quote log 3992 of May 19.
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