A constructing at Gleniti Golf Membership was cordoned off on Sunday morning following a stabbing incident on Saturday night.
Police are analyzing the scene of a stabbing on the Gleniti Golf Membership on Saturday night.
Sergeant Warwick Value, of Timaru, mentioned police had been referred to as to a ‘’dysfunction [incident] probably folks stabbed’’ on the golf membership, on the nook of Pages and Gleniti roads, on the outskirts of Timaru, at 6pm on Saturday.
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‘’A 33-year-old male was taken to Timaru Hospital after presenting with stab wounds and later discharged,’’ Value mentioned.
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Police additionally situated a 26-year-old man, with a stab wound to the chest, close to Timaru Hospital, who had left the scene, Value mentioned.
He was airlifted to Christchurch Hospital..
A police spokesperson mentioned the person is in a secure situation.
Canterbury District Well being Board senior communications advisor Imogen Squires mentioned, on Sunday afternoon, no additional replace on the affected person may very well be supplied.
“At this stage it’s only often known as two males concerned [in the incident],’’ Value mentioned.
He mentioned no additional particulars may very well be supplied at this stage, and there could be a police presence on the golf membership, on Sunday, till an examination of the scene is full.
St John Ambulance additionally attended the incident, with a spokesperson saying they assessed and handled one affected person with reasonable accidents who was transported to Timaru Hospital.
Gleniti Golf Membership president Jimmy Welsh mentioned he had no data on the matter at this stage.
He mentioned a part of the membership’s constructing is tenanted however didn’t know if the 2 males concerned with the incident had been tenants.
The Canterbury District Well being Board have been approached for remark.