A man remains in hospital after a 'stabbing' on a Middlesbrough street.

Police and paramedics flooded Valley Road, in the Grove Hill area, at around 4.10pm on Thursday after a man suffered stab wounds following an altercation. 

Images from the scene showed several police vehicles blocking the road - with the North East Ambulance Service (NEAS) sending an ambulance crew to reports of a 'man injured.' 

One man was taken to hospital and Cleveland Police has now confirmed that he suffered injuries that are deemed to be non-life-threatening. 

The force is now asking anyone with information to get in touch as it investigates the altercation. 

A full statement from NEAS said: "We were called to reports of a man injured in Valley Road at 4.09pm on 6 June. We dispatched a clinical team leader and an ambulance crew, who transported the patient to hospital for further treatment."

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The force added: "Cleveland Police is appealing for witnesses and any information following an altercation in Middlesbrough.

"Officers were called to Valley Road, Middlesbrough, at around 4.10pm yesterday (Thursday 6th June). A man suffered stab wounds and was taken to hospital where he currently remains. His injuries are not thought to be life-threatening.

"Enquiries are ongoing. Anyone with information is urged to contact Cleveland Police on 101, quoting reference number 105962."