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Man rushed to hospital after being stabbed in mass brawl outside pub

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A man was stabbed during a mass brawl outside a pub. Officers were called to reports of a group of people fighting outside the Railway Tavern in Rawtenstall yesterday afternoon.

Lancashire Police said it is believed at least one of those fighting was armed with a knife. A 24-year-old man suffered a suspected stab wound.

He was rushed to hospital, and his condition is said to be non life-threatening. In a statement, Lancashire Police said: "We’re appealing for information and witnesses after a serious assault in Rawtenstall.

We were called at around 1:25pm yesterday (June 8) to a report of a group of people fighting outside the Railway Tavern on Bury Road in Rawtenstall. READ MORE: 'She promised she would never leave me' - daughter's heartbreak after mum dies in train station tragedy "It was reported that at least one of those people had a knife.

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