British police arrest five after four men were stabbed in Norwich, UK
09:45, 28 October 2021
British police have detained five men in Norwich after the emergency call that warned of stabbing in the location on Wednesday evening.
The stabbed citizens were sent to the Norfolk and Norwich university hospital for observation. Two of the four men are in critical conditions while two others have serious but non life-threatening wounds, according to The Guardian.
The police came to the alleged place of the bloodbath to a housing estate in Hemming Way briefly after 5 pm. When the police came to an area, a man in his 20s was found inside his house with knife wounds.
Shortly, 15 minutes after the police had discovered an injured man there, one more call was received from the ambulance which reported three men on Marriott’s Way with stab wounds.
The area of the laceration was cordoned off as the probe regarding the incident has been started. Officers consider the stabbing to be as an isolated incident and believe there is no more threat to the public.
The stabbing resulted in the arrest of five people involved in the incident.
British police ask any who witnessed what had happened to contact 101 quoting the incident 338.
Earlier, in mid-October, a Norwegian killer armed with a bow entered a supermarket in the Norwegian town of Kongsberg and started shooting innocents for an unknown reason. It resulted in five deaths of shoppers before the culprit was taken alive and later sent to interrogation.