A man is reported to have been stabbed in Doncaster today.
The man is understood to have presented himself at the Grange Lane doctors practice in the village with his injuries. The police helicopter was called out to the site, and there have been reports of the Yorkshire Air ambulance at the scene.
A police spokesman said: “Officers were called to a doctors surgery in Grange Lane, New Rossington at about 11.17am this morning after a man presented himself injured. “The man is believed to have suffered a stab wound and has been taken to hospital. The extent of his injuries is not yet known but they are believed to be serious.” One man who saw the injured man arrive at the doctors surgery said: “A man drove up, got the lad. It looked like there was a lot of blood.”
A posting to the Free Press on Facebook added: “Someone’s just been stabbed in the village, he’s at rosso doctors now, took himself there, stabbed in the mouth apparently, blood all over.”
Yorkshire Ambulance Service said they received a call at 11.15am and attended an incident at Grange Lane, Rossington. A male patient was taken to hospital.