Police have launched a murder investigation after a man died following a disturbance in Bradford last night.
Officers say they believe the incident in the Great Horton area of the city was "an isolated incident and possibly linked to a family dispute."
Seven men aged between 19 and 38 have been arrested on suspicion of murder and remain in custody at this time.
The force was called to Cecil Avenue at 10.18pm following reports of a fight between a group of people with weapons.
Three men, aged 27, 32 and 35 were found to have suffered stab wounds.
They were taken to hospital, where the 35-year-old man died a short time later. The 32-year-old man remains in hospital in a stable condition, while the 27-year-old man and a 33-year-old woman have now been released from hospital after receiving treatment.
A man has died and seven men have been arrested following a disturbance in Cecil Avenue, Bradford.
Officers were called to the scene at 10:18pm yesterday, where they found three men with stab wounds.
All three were taken to hospital, along with a woman who has been treated for minor injuries.
Seven men have been arrested in connection with the incident and are currently in custody.
Armed police are surrounding a property in the Great Horton area of Bradford.
They were called to the scene just before midnight.
Scientific support officers have been seen to enter the property.
West Yorkshire Police are yet to comment. More to follow.
The murder of a young Bradford mother who disappeared 15 years ago to the day is one of several cases being reviewed by West Yorkshire Police's Cold Case Investigation Team.
Rebecca Hall went missing from her home at Lydford House, off Elizabeth Street in the Little Horton area of Bradford at just after 10pm on April 13, 2001.
Her body was found in an alleyway in Thornton Street, Bradford two weeks later on Thursday, 26 April.
She had suffered severe head injuries and had been viciously assaulted.
The team will be reviewing the case using advances in forensic science to try and identify who was responsible for her death.
Rebecca, who was known as Becky, was a sex worker and was believed to be heading to Thornton Road when she disappeared.
While she had a four-month-old son Jordan, who is now 15, she had never spent a night away from him.
"We remain determined to identify and bring to justice those who were responsible for Becky's death. The circumstances of which are being reviewed by our Cold Case Investigation Team.
"The team will use advances in forensic technology to try and identify those who were responsible and hopefully provide Becky's family with the answers as to who murdered her and why.
"We still believe that someone in the community is likely to know who was responsible for her death, and I would urge that person to come forward and contact the police. There is a chance that allegiances might have changed in the years which have passed, and that the person who holds the vital information could now be in a position to speak to us and tell us everything they know."
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The boys, both aged 14 and from the Bradford area, had been arrested on suspicion of assault after a 14-year-old schoolboy was attacked at Buttershaw Business and Enterprise College on Monday April 4.
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