Machete And Baseball Bats Used In Chilling Mass Brawl On Residential Street

21 August 2017, 16:47

Horrifying CCTV footage has emerged of the moment two teens were hospitalised following a mass street brawl involving a machete and baseball bats.

Warning: The above clip contains upsetting footage

The chilling fight took place in broad daylight on a leafy residential street in Birmingham at about 4pm on Sunday.

The graphic video shows a long blade repeatedly being thrust towards members of a group outside a house.

CCTV of the brawl
Picture: SWNS

Officers were called to McKenzie Road in Sparkill following reports of ongoing disorder.

When they arrived they found three teens had suffered non life-threatening injuries.

Two officers gave chase to the suspects and a Taser was drawn but not used, West Midlands Police said.

Three people, all under the age of 17, were arrested on suspicion of affray, assault and possession of a weapon and remain in police custody.

A force spokeswoman said: "Three teenage boys, all aged 17, have been arrested for public order offences after disorder in MacKenzie Road, Sparkhill yesterday (Sunday August 20) involving three other men.

"A 19-year-old man sustained a slash wound to his arm from a machete and was taken to hospital."

Officers tweeted a picture of the machete recovered from the scene.

Police tweeted a picture of the machete used
Picture: SWNS

A West Midlands Ambulance spokeswoman added: "We were called by the police at 4.20pm.

"We sent two ambulances, a paramedic officer and a merit trauma doctor on scene.

"Initially there were three patients but two were taken to hospital."

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