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Bristol stabbing: Teenager dies after Rawnsley Park attack

Bristol stabbing: Teenager dies after Rawnsley Park attack

By prashant soniPublished 2 months ago 4 min read
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Bristol stabbing: Teenager dies after Rawnsley Park attack
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A homicide examination has been sent off following a 16-year-old kid was wounded to death.

The youngster was gone after by two individuals wearing covers in Rawnsley Park in Bristol on Wednesday.

The casualty rushed to Stapleton Street, where a driver helped him, before he imploded in West Road, Old Market, and passed on at the scene.

Police have proclaimed a basic occurrence subsequent to being called to West Road at 18:00 GMT.

While formal ID of the casualty has not yet occurred, Avon and Somerset Police (ASP) said his family had been educated.

'Awful conditions'

In a proclamation, the power said the assault was a "distinct update" of the "horrendous effect" blade wrongdoing had on networks.

Supt Imprint Runacres said: "Sadly, we have lost one more youthful life from our city in totally awful conditions.

"Our considerations are with the casualty's family at what will be an inconceivably troublesome time and officials will keep on supporting them."

He said the power was "keeping a receptive outlook" however there was "no obvious proof to propose this is connected to other ongoing episodes in the city".

Bristol City hall leader Marvin Rees said the demise was "appalling news".

"I can't start to envision what the casualties' family are encountering, my considerations are with them," he composed via web-based entertainment.

"This requirements to stop. We will bend over backward to help the family, the police and neighborhood local area right now."

A police cordon which was set up on West Road has been brought down. A cordon stays in Rawnsley Park.

ASP said there would be expanded watches nearby as officials made enquiries.

A posthumous assessment will occur at the appointed time, police said.

A police cordon is set up after a kid was lethally wounded in Bristol the previous night (February 14). Avon and Somerset Police said the kid, 16, was gone after in Rawnsley Park, Easton, prior to rushing to Stapleton Street.

He was then helped by a drivers prior to falling on the A420 West Road. Examining officials have pronounced a basic occurrence following the wounding.

A cordon is set up at Rawnsley Park today (February 15) as police start their homicide examination. Pictures from the scene show tape set up as well as a tent as officials watch the region.

Bristol Commandant, Supt Imprint Runacres, said: "Unfortunately, we have lost one more youthful life from our city in completely horrendous conditions. Our contemplations are with the casualty's family at what will be an incredibly troublesome time and officials will keep on supporting them.

"We are focused on dealing with those mindful and we will be working enthusiastically keeping that in mind. While we are keeping a receptive outlook, there is no obvious proof to recommend this is connected to other ongoing occurrences in the city."

Bristol Officer, Supt Imprint Runacres, said: "Sadly, we have lost one more youthful life from our city in absolutely awful conditions. Our contemplations are with the casualty's family at what will be an unbelievably troublesome time and officials will keep on supporting them.

"We are focused on dealing with those dependable and we will be working resolutely keeping that in mind. While we are keeping a receptive outlook, there is no obvious proof to propose this is connected to other late occurrences in the city."

Avon and Somerset Police added: "The A420 was shut down between West Road and the Lawrence Slope traffic circle to permit detectives to look at the scene however has since returned for the time being. A cordon stays set up in Rawnsley Park.

"Officials keep on making enquiries today, including auditing CCTV film and there will be expanded watches nearby. On the off chance that you have any worries, if it's not too much trouble, move toward an official.

"These misfortunes are an obvious indication of the terrible effect blade wrongdoing has on our networks. One of our key needs is to diminish blade wrongdoing and we are working all year to handle it."

The power proceeded: "On the off chance that you can help, if it's not too much trouble, call 101 and give the call overseer the reference number 5224039827, or complete our internet based requests structure.

"You can contact the autonomous foundation Crimestoppers 100% secretly on 0800 555 111 or through their Mysterious Internet based Structure. No private subtleties are taken, data can't be followed or recorded and you won't go to court or need to address police while reaching Crimestoppers."

A police cordon is set up at a Bristol park after a kid was cut to death the previous night (February 14). Avon and Somerset Police have sent off a homicide examination following the shocking occurrence.

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