Multiple police cars and ambulances flood Sheffield estate amid reports of a stabbing

Police at the scene in Lowedges.
Police at the scene in Lowedges.

Emergency services have flooded a Sheffield estate this evening amid unconfirmed reports of a stabbing.

Several police cars, two ambulance vehicles and the Yorkshire Air Ambulance were called out to Lowedges at about 8pm.

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Officers have sealed off Chesterfield Road South at the junction with Lowedges Road.

The Yorkshire Air Ambulance also landed in nearby Greenhill Park.

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People who live locally have claimed that a teenage male may have been stabbed but this has not yet been confirmed by police.

An eyewitness said: "There are loads of police and ambulances here.

"I have heard that a teenage male has been stabbed and taken away in the air ambulance.

"It's shocking, you don't expect to see this on your doorstep."

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South Yorkshire Police and Yorkshire Ambulance Service has been contacted for comment and we are awaiting a reply.