A teenager has been stabbed after reports of a ‘fight’ at the Victoria tram stop.
Images posted on social media showed a large number of emergency services vehicles parked outside the building since around 9.10 pm today.
A part of the station has been cordoned off.
Bus routes and trams were diverted and the road to Victoria station was closed due to the incident.
Greater Manchester Police have said they were called to reports of a stabbing at the Victoria Station tram stop at 9.08 p.m.
Officers from both the GMP and the British Transport Police attended and established that a 17-year-old male was stabbed – his injuries are not considered life-threatening.
In a statement, a GMP spokesperson said: “Wednesday 2 at approximately 21:08” ndo June 2021, police were called upon reports of a stabbing at the Victoria Station tram stop.
“BTP and GMP officials attended and established that a male aged 17, who was stabbed, his injuries are not life-threatening.
“The officers are presently present at the spot and are conducting further inquiries,” the official said.
“For more information please contact the GMP Press Office at firstname.lastname@example.org.”
City Center Councilor Pat Carney said a fight broke out on a tram and one person was taken to hospital and is undergoing immediate treatment.
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In a tweet he said: “Thank you to the emergency services for attending Victoria Station tonight.
“The fight took place on a tram.
“A male is undergoing urgent treatment at the hospital. Shocking behavior.”
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