It happened around 2.20am this morning a man was seriously injured after being attacked and robbed.
Police have a released an update to the incident that took place in the early hours of this morning.
A man was attacked at a property on Rutland street and suffered serious injuries after being stabbed and assaulted by a group of men.
Humberside police released this statement earlier regarding the incident.
A man has sustained serious injuries in a robbery which took place at 2.20am today (Monday 14 October) on Rutland Street in Grimsby.
The victim has knife wounds to his chest and arms and head injuries following the assault. Witnesses state that a group of around four men and youths attacked the victim in the street.
We are investigating the incident and are appealing for anyone who witnessed the incident to call us on our non-emergency number 101 quoting log 37 14/10/19.
If you have information about this incident but don’t want to talk to the police then you can call CrimeStoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111 or online via their website: https://crimestoppers-uk.org/ – the information you give will be received in the strictest of confidence and may make you eligible for a cash reward.
Three people have been taken to hospital following a crash involving two cars at a Grimsby junction.
It is understood police were in pursuit of a silver ford Focus when it collided at the junction of Dudley Street and Cromwell Road shortly after 2am today.
In total it is believed there were five people travelling in a silver Ford Focus which collided with a black Suzuki carrying two people.
Firefighters said six people suffered injures. Two of the casualties have serious injuries and have been taken to Hull Royal Infirmary.
A third patient was taken to Diana, Princess of Wales Hospital, in Grimsby.
Two of the most seriously injured are understood to be women, one from the silver ford Focus and one from a black Suzuki.
Police spent hours searching for at least one man who fled the scene, Who was believed to have ran through a garden of a property on Littlefield Lane.
Police were first on the scene, swiftly followed by Humberside fire and rescue crews who used cutting equipment to free a woman trapped in the black Suzuki.
Ambulance crews arrived shortly afterwards and found the casualties being treated by residents from Littlefield Lane awoken by the crash.
A woman was trapped in the black Suzuki for nearly two hours, according to a local resident who was watching the incident.
The woman’s condition had to be stabilised before attempting to free her. There was a lot of spilled fuel on the road so it was very difficult for the rescuers to get her out without igniting the fuel.”
A spokesman for East Midlands Ambulance Service said: “We received a call at 2.15am to Cromwell Road in Grimsby with the junction of Dudley Street, The caller reported there had been a road traffic collision. We sent three crewed ambulances.
“Two patients were taken to Hull Royal Infirmary and one patient was taken to Diana, Princess of Wales Hospital.”
A spokesman for Humberside Fire and Rescue Service said there were six casualties in total, four of whom got out before arrival of rescuers.
He said there were two adult female passengers trapped in vehicle.
“One adult female was released by the fire service using hydraulic cutting gear to remove rear door. Second adult female released by Fire Service using hydraulic ram and cutting gear to enter the vehicle.
Humberside Police are still looking for the man who fled the scene and believe he could be badly injured.
Police appealed to anyone who witnessed the incident or saw the Ford Focus in the Rendel Street or Earl Street areas prior to this collision to get in contact by calling Humberside Police on 101 quoting log 39 of June 5.
One of the main routes into Grimsby town centre is closed this morning following a serious crash overnight.
Cromwell Road and Dudley Street are closed up to Deansgate Bridge.
The collision, between a silver Ford Focus and a Suzuki SX4, has happened at the junction with Littlefield Lane.
Is is understood two people in the Focus fled the scene and Humberside Police are concerned for their welfare.
Emergency services were at the scene making the vehicles safe with fuel spilled all over the road.
Crime Scene Investigators are at the scene and are inspecting the Ford Focus. Police have yet to issue a statement but it is believed the driver of the Ford is in hospital.
Officers at the cordon have been explaining to pedestrians and cyclists why they cannot go through the scene for fear of disrupting the laser scanners taking images of the scene for crash investigators.
Stagecoach buses were being diverted around the scene. Services 4, 5 and 6 are using Lord Street and Boulevard Avenue in both directions until the scene is clear.
A nearby resident said they had looked out their window and see a car being followed by police and then heard a loud bang, a distance away from their house.