This is the dramatic moment, a fight broke out between a group of men armed with ‘weapons’ in Trafford.
Police were called several times to report a disturbance on Shrewsbury Street in Old Trafford last Monday (October 25) around 11.40am.
A number of cars were damaged after a gang of men – some “swinging weapons” – were involved in a fight, the GMP said.
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Video footage sent to BUT shows a group of men standing in the middle of the road while they can be heard shouting inaudible words at each other.
A number of cars involved in the riots appear to have been parked nearby – blocking the entrance to the street.
One vehicle can then be seen driving at speed before appearing to collide with a man standing in the middle of the road.
Women shouting and screaming can be heard before two more men could be seen as they appeared to be fighting each other with weapons.
Shortly after, a number of cars leave the place.
A resident, who wished to remain anonymous, said: “There were lots of shouts, then I heard another car screaming.
“They came out with balaclavas on and people were screaming. I did not leave the house. I was too scared.”
It is not clear if anyone was injured during the altercation, but police have confirmed that an investigation has been launched.
No arrests have been made yet.
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A GMP spokesman said: “Police received several reports around 11.40am on Monday 25 October about a disturbance on Shrewsbury Street, Old Trafford.
“During the riots, a number of cars were damaged and a group of men – some with weapons – were involved in a fight.”
“The investigation is ongoing and no one has been arrested.”
Anyone with information should contact the police on 0161 856 7753 stating incident 1104 of 25/10/21.
Alternatively, details can be shared via our LiveChat feature at www.gmp.police.uk or via the independent charity Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.