A man’s been arrested after a 20-year-old man was stabbed in Southampton. He suffered a punctured lung from a single stab wound and was taken to Southampton General Hospital. His injury is not life threatening. Detectives fappealing for witnesses to the incident in Portswood on 17th March 2013.
Police were called by a member of the public who saw a man threaten another man with a blade outside a house on Shakespeare Avenue around 9.15pm. There was a scuffle and a man ran off towards. Police searched the area and found the stab victim outside the Charcoal Grill in Portswood High Street.
The surrounding area of Portswood Road was partially evacuated because of any potential danger from cylinders containing acetylene on the premises. Mark Raven, the station manager for Hampshire Fire & Rescue Service's Hightown fire station in Southampton said the situation is now under control.
Firefighters have today acted quickly to contain and extinguish a car workshop fire on Portswood Road, Southampton.
Over 30 firefighters attended the single-storey building fire and worked hard to contain and extinguish the blaze which contained several cylinders of mixed contents.
The cylinders were removed and cooled by fire service personnel.
Commercial and residential premises that are close to the garage were evacuate by fire crews as a precaution measure.
Station Manager, Mark Ravan, said: "The owner of the garage was quick to inform both the Police and Hampshire Fire of the incident. Crews worked hard to contain the fire and are now in the phase of returning the area back to normal."