A police officer was critically injured in a Glasgow hotel attack
A police officer was seriously injured in a Glasgow stabbing attack named after Constable David Neite. A man was shot dead by police and six others, including 42-year-old Butte, were rushed to hospital after being injured in their Park Inn Hotel, West George Street on Friday afternoon. He remains in a critical but stable condition following the incident, which police do not treat as a threat. Some of the victims still have to be named, but police say they are all men aged 17, 18, 20, 38 and 53.
David Whyte illustrated by Glasgow High Court Scotland Police Chief Const-Scotland Scotland Livingstone paid taxes to those affected by the knife attack. In a statement, Mr Livingstone said: ‘Terrible incidents like the one we have seen today, thank you very much, are very rare in Scotland.
The event has shocked the people of Glasgow, and indeed the entire country. ‘My thoughts and best wishes are with the injured and their families, including my colleague David Forte who was severely injured while doing his job. I offer my personal assistance to all who are affected. Glasgow city center was closed after the stabbing, by witnesses who said they saw blood ‘everywhere’Police are standing next to a hospital on West George Street ,they also run the risk of protecting their fellow citizens. Their performance as a police officer was outstanding. I charge for their courage, selfishness and their commitment to protecting the community. ‘I explained to the first Minister and the Prime Minister earlier today about the circumstances and instructed both of us not to act like an attack on terrorists. ‘It is necessary to ask questions now to find the perfect reasons and all guesses should be avoided.’ Paramedics attended the scene in Glasgow.
The incident happened at the Park Inn Hotel, West George Street. A spokeswoman for the Positive Action In Housing group said the 91-room hotel was a search-house for the Mears Group, which had moved them to the coronavirus. First Minister, Nicola Sturgeon said: ‘First and foremost, my thoughts are with all those people who were caught in the tragic incident, especially the six injured people who were taken to hospital for treatment, along with residents and staff at the hotel. ‘I also want to thank all those officers who had a quick and decisive action containing the incident – one of which was among those rushed to the hospital – and other emergency services. ” Ms Sturgeon also said in a police response ‘You have no doubt to make sure that the worst case scenario does not go wrong’. Police standing in front of a rope,Prime Minister Boris Johnson said: ‘I am deeply saddened by the tragic incident in Glasgow, my thoughts are with all the victims and their families. Thanks to the brave emergency responders. ‘Another witness, who gave his name as John, said he saw two people stabbed in the hotel. He said he came down from the third floor of the hotel to see the reception filled with blood.
A receptionist was stabbed behind a reception desk,’ he said. ‘Then when I came down the door I called to him and told him to keep quiet and I would ask for help. ‘As I entered the door I saw another recipient fighting for his life and he had been stabbed. ‘There were two policemen helping him.’ MORE: CRIME BOARDS ‘Glass bottles and fire extinguishers’ as thousands celebrate Liverpool’s title was won by the mother of timber