Man taken to hospital after Ardoyne stabbing - one arrested
A 29-year-old man has been arrested after a stabbing in the Ardoyne area of north Belfast on Friday.
Police said they are currently at the scene of the a stabbing incident in the Havana Walk area.
A man in his 20s was taken to hospital after sustaining injuries which are not believed to be life threatening at this time.
The 29-year-old has been taken into police custody.
"Enquiries are at an early stage and there are no further details at present," a PSNI spokesperson said.
The Northern Ireland Ambulance Service (NIAS) confirmed that they attended a report of a man being stabbed in Havana Walk just before 4pm.
One emergency crew, an ambulance officer and a HEMS crew attended the scene.
After treatment at the scene the man was taken to the Royal Victoria Hospital.
Liaising with police regarding ongoing incident in Ardoyne Ave following a stabbing incident. Ambulance service currently treating the male who was injured and a part of the area has been cordoned off. Very worrying for residents to witness this and on my way to the scene.— Paul Mc Cusker (@Paul_Mc_Cusker) October 4, 2019
SDLP councillor Paul McCusker said he was "liaising with police" following the incident.
"Ambulance service currently treating the male who was injured and a part of the area has been cordoned off," he wrote on Twitter.
"Very worrying for residents to witness this and on my way to the scene."
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