Vicious bar brawl leaves man, 28, in hospital in ‘serious’ condition as city centre street is sealed off
- A vicious bar brawl has left a 29-year-old man in hospital in a ‘serious’ condition
- Police were forced to seal off Edmund Street in Birmingham for investigations
- West Midlands Police appealed for witnesses to get in touch about the brawl
A vicious bar brawl has left a man in hospital in a ‘serious’ condition as police were forced to seal off a street for investigations.
Police sealed off Edmund Street in Birmingham city centre after the brawl in the early hours of this morning.
Officers guarded a cordon around the area as forensics police surveyed the road.
A vicious bar brawl has left a man in hospital in a ‘serious’ condition as police were forced to seal off a street for investigations
Two people were taken to hospital, including a 29-year-old man who has serious injuries.
West Midlands Police have appealed for anyone who may have seen the brawl to get in contact.
A spokesperson for West Midlands Police said: ‘We are investigating a fight which took place in a bar in Edmund Street, Birmingham at 5.30am, April 3.’
Police sealed off Edmund Street in Birmingham city centre after the brawl in the early hours of this morning
They added: ‘Two men were taken to hospital.
‘One suffered minor injuries and has since been discharged from hospital. However, a second man, aged 29, remains in hospital in a serious condition.
‘There is a scene being held while we investigate and review CCTV.
‘We encourage anyone who witnessed this disorder, who has not yet spoken to us, to contact us via Live Chat on our website quoting log number 549 of 3.04.’