A 24-year-old man has been left with ‘life-changing’ injuries after he was stabbed on Coventry road, Birmingham, at around 5:30pm yesterday afternoon.
Shocking one video footage (below) circulating on social media shows the immediate aftermath of the horror road rage stabbing, including pool of blood and medical supplies left discarded at the scene.
Police have said they believe the attack came after a ‘dispute’ between two parties after a collision.
In footage posted on social media by Bearded Broz, a car believed to be an Audi can be seen lodged onto a wall.
Dozens of worried locals can also be seen surrounding the victim as he is being treated by paramedics.
An air ambulance landed close to the scene and airlifted the victim to hospital.
Locals took to social media to express their anger after a week of violence in Birmingham, with some claiming the man was stabbed in front of his horrified mother.
One person wrote: ‘We need something done, everyday there is a stabbing or shooting in Birmingham, why isn’t the police doing anything?’
Another person wrote: ‘Apparently his poor mother was trying to fend off the guys stabbing him.’
Police are continuing to search for the knifeman who fled the scene after the attack.
A West Midlands Police spokeswoman said yesterday: “”Police were called after a man was injured on Coventry Road, Small Heath shortly after 5.30pm.
“It is believed a dispute took place after a road traffic collision and a man in his 20’s suffered serious knife injuries.
“He has been taken to hospital where his condition is described as life-changing.
“The offender is believed to have fled.
“Police are currently at the scene, which has been cordoned off and forensic enquiries are being conducted.
“No arrests have been made and anyone with any information is asked to call police on 101 quoting log number 2006 of 22 May.”
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Posted by Imran Hameed on Tuesday, 22 May 2018