Police have charged a man after an 18-year-old man was stabbed to death in Greater Manchester. Officers were called to Flixton Road in Urmston in the early hours of Saturday. Rhyan Wilson, was taken to Salford Royal Hospital where he was later pronounced dead. Another man was also stabbed but survived.
Dannell Dunkley, 35 of Gorton, has been charged with murder and attempt murder. He's due to appear at Trafford Magistrates' Court today.
Police have charged a woman with assisting an offender after an 18 year old man was stabbed to death in Greater Manchester. Officers were called to Urmston on Saturday following reports of a fight. Rhyan Wilson died from multiple stab wounds. Donna McLaren from Winchester Road, Urmston will appear in court later.
Another 18-year-old was taken to hospital with stab wounds but has since been discharged Detectives are continuing to investigate.
A FOUR-YEAR-OLD horse was rescued today after sinking up to her neck in ‘quick sand’ just yards from where a 15-year-old teenager was trapped just days ago. Greater Manchester Fire and Rescue Service were again called to a local beauty spot known as Urmston Meadows off Meadows Lane, Urmston, where the horse had got into difficulty after crossing a narrow bridge and falling into a stream. On Sunday August 3rd a 15-year-old girl at the beauty spot also became trapped up to her waist in mud and had to be rescued. 14 officers were involved in today's operation using manpower and specialist equipment.
Motorists were forced to swerve to avoid a violent brawl in the middle of a busy road.
The fight broke out in broad daylight on Monday in Flixton Road in Urmston in Greater Manchester.
A man, thought to be drunk was involved in a row with a group of youths.
Moments later punches were exchanged, sparking a bigger fight, which continued in the road.
The Police are now trying to identify the group of youths involved in the attack, which happened at around 7.30 pm.
More than 400 volunteers from the Ahmadiyya Muslim Youth Association (AMYA) have helped to plant 2,200 trees as part of the Red Rose Forest community project in Urmston.