Clifton Park Stabbing Today – Yorkshire Air Ambulance and emergency crews responded to an incident at Clifton Park in Rotherham on Sunday, April 9th, 2023. A section of Clifton Park has been blocked off by the police as emergency services are sent to the scene. Just after 4 o’clock, Yorkshire Air Ambulance arrived on the scene. Witnesses stated how they witnessed an ambulance, six police vehicles, and a police escort depart the park.
Although no official comment has been made by the authorities regarding the incident. The reason why Yorkshire Air Ambulance and the police were at the Clifton Park is currently as no information was made public by the authorities regarding the incident.
RELATED ARTICLE: Murder charge after man stabbed to death in Rotherham street
After a man was stabbed in Rotherham, a 25-year-old was charged with murder. Now facing charges is Ryan Connor of Davis Street in Clifton, Rotherham. On Sunday, June 26, at 7:16 p.m., emergency services were contacted in response to reports of an accident in Herringthorpe Valley Road and a stabbing. After a forensic post-mortem determined that the dead were Andre Lee and had died from a stab wound, detectives announced the same evening (Monday, June 27) that they had opened a murder inquiry. Expert cops are still providing help to Andre’s family.
“Whilst extensive efforts have led to the murder charge being put forward and accepted by the Crown Prosecution Service, our work does not stop there. We are still keen to speak to anyone who may have witnessed the incident and not already spoken to the police to contact us. DCI Mick Hakin said. “We understand the community is shocked when something like this happens, but we do not believe there to be any danger to the wider community as a result of the incident.” He added.
Since then, Connor has been remanded in custody with a Thursday appearance at Sheffield Crown Court. (August 4). Email any video or pictures you may have that could help the inquiry to [email protected] with the incident number in the subject line. You can contact South Yorkshire Police by phone at 101, online through live chat, or by mentioning incident number 768 of June 26. Through the Major Incident Public Portal (MIPP) at Public Portal, you can also get in touch with the investigating team directly.
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