Boy, 16, rushed to hospital after being stabbed near popular Sheffield park

A 16-year-old boy was hospitalised after being stabbed near to a popular Sheffield park on Friday afternoon.

Sunday, 31st May 2020, 1:04 pm

Police were called to Quarry Vale Grove, close to Jaunty Park, at 4.48pm yesterday (29 May) after it was reported a teenager had suffered stab wounds to his abdomen.

Crews from Yorkshire Ambulance Service also attended the scene and the boy was taken to hospital. A police spokesperson said his injuries “are not believed to be life-threatening.”

Another teenage boy was arrested on suspicion of assault by causing actual bodily harm. It is not known if he is still in police custody.

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Quarry Vale Grove in Sheffield, where police were called to a stabbing on Friday afternoon.

Two ambulances were pictured at Jaunty Park, with two police cars also parked on the road nearby.

One resident said her son, who was playing football on the field with a friend at the time of the incident, was told to move on by police because of the stabbing.