Two men were injured and a teenage boy taken to hospital in a rammy near a Scots train station.
Emergency services raced to McGavin Way in Kilwinning yesterday evening after a “disturbance” involving a group of people.
A heavy police presence was seen outside Kilwinning Train Station with officers said to have blocked off all the exits waiting for a train to come in.
One eyewitness described a man ‘wrapped up with blood streaming from his head or neck area’ at the station.
They said: “There was a guy beside the stairs to the shops sitting wrapped up, blood coming from his head/neck area. The fire brigade were dealing with him.
“There was another guy walking towards Kilwinning with blood over his head and neck but police stopped him.”
Police confirmed that they had attended a “disturbance” with one 16-year-old teen boy rushed to Crosshouse.
His injuries are thought to be non-life threatening.
Two other 21-year-old men also suffered minor injuries in another disturbance nearby, with both incidents being treated as linked.
A Police Scotland spokesperson said: “We received a report of a disturbance involving a group of people on McGavin Way, Kilwinning, around 6.15pm on Monday, 13 September.
“A 16-year-old male youth was taken to Crosshouse Hospital for treatment to non-life threatening injuries.
“Two 21-year-old men also suffered minor injuries in a further disturbance nearby, which is being treated as linked.
“Enquiries to establish the full circumstances are ongoing.
“Anyone who witnessed the incident or has any information related to it should contact us on 101 quoting incident number 2744 of 13 September.”
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