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Shoppers within the fairly market city the place Prime Minister Rishi Sunak is the native MP had been confronted with horrifying scenes this afternoon after a person was “stabbed with a syringe” and collapsed on the road.

Northallerton, in North Yorkshire, is a quiet rural city and a part of the PM’s Richmond and Northallerton seat the place Mr Sunak is the Conservative candidate for the election on July 4th. reporter Mieka Smiles was within the city this afternoon when a stunning incident unfolded when a person was mentioned to have entered an area file store and attacked somebody inside.

Police mentioned the attacker, a 57-year-old man, was arrested and his sufferer was handled by emergency companies on the scene earlier than being taken to hospital.

One close by store supervisor advised the person who had been attacked appear to lose color in his face as she watched him being handled, she mentioned: “I was crying. He was red to begin with and then went black.”

North Yorkshire Police mentioned: ” At just before 2.30pm today (Tuesday July, 02 2024) we received a report that a person had been stabbed with a needle on Zetland Street in Northallerton.

“Officers attended and a 57-year-old man was arrested in reference to the incident. The sufferer has been taken to hospital and a cordon stays in place.

“We’re asking anyone who witnessed the incident that hasn’t spoken to us at the scene to come forward. Please contact 101 and quote reference number 12240117183.”

A Yorkshire Ambulance spokesperson mentioned: “Just before 2.30pm on Tuesday afternoon, ambulance resources were called to an incident on Zetland Street, Northallerton and conveyed one patient to hospital.”