枪声、尖叫和重伤的男子——发生于Glen Eden的骚乱

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据报道,在奥克兰西区发生袭击事件后,许多受惊的居民躲在位于Glen Eden的家中——一名受惊的妇女描述她听到她家门外响起了一些“令人毛骨悚然的尖叫声和枪声” 。

目前,至少有六辆警车和武装人员来到位于Virgo Place郊区的案发地点,同时一架鹰式直升机也在该地区盘旋。

警方反应,他们今天下午对Glen Eden的一起“骚乱” 作出了反应和行动,不久之后,一名受伤的男子被送到了位于Waitakere的一所医院。

一位发言人说对此事作出回应:“警方正在继续调查发生在奥克兰西区的一起事件,一名男子因多处受伤被送往Waitakere医院”。

此后,受害者被转移到奥克兰医院且情况十分危急。




发言人表示,有关部门已经启动了一项调查,以确定“所有和该男子受伤有关的情况” 。

“初步调查表明,这名男子是在今天下午Glen Eden的Virgo Place地区参与了一场涉及多人的纠纷,并在争吵过程中受伤的。”

Hydra Place附近的一位居民对新西兰先驱报表示,她曾在事件发生时报过警。

这名不愿透露姓名的妇女告诉先驱报记者:“我当时正在给警察打电话,我那时看到汽车在倒车,人们在到处跑,四处一片骚乱,我想’可能有人被车撞到了’,然后当我在给警察打电话时,我们听到了枪声响起。”

“我差点儿被吓死了,我当时尖叫着跑进厨房。我真的感到很害怕。”

“然后我们看到那些壮汉把这个受害者从地上抱起来,把他抱到路上,他的胳膊和腿上都是血,然后他们把他扔到汽车后面,之后那些人就走了。”

这名妇女同时还对新西兰先驱报记者表示:“我们从事发地点——对,事发地点就在就在他家门口——发现这家伙被人用砍刀砍了。”

她不确定受害者是否被枪击,也不确定有多少子弹射出或是否有其他人中枪。

此后,警察赶到现场,她在警戒线内配合警方的进一步调查工作。

这位受惊的居民目前正在家中安抚情绪,同时该事件仍在持续发酵。

警方找到一些被认为与该事件有关的人士,并让他们配合警方进行进一步的调查。

据了解,这些人均与受害者相识。

在此之前,有居民曾在社交媒体上报道了该地区发生的事件。

目前,两名武装警察正在阻止其他好奇的居民进入该街道,其他装备着手套和面罩的警察正在该地区持续展开巡逻。

一些试图回家的居民被警方要求禁止进入该街道,并被警方要求在接下来的几个小时里在其他地方度过。

一名警察告诉一名试图进入事发地的街道的妇女,“整个地区都被封锁了”。

同时另一名警员对该街道的其他居民表示,“没有什么可担心的”。然而与此同时该街道将继续 维持长达数小时的封锁

面对群众的质疑,警察表示:“每个人都很安全,但是发生了一些事情,让我们不得不临时采取一些措施。”

另一位附近的居民询问警察是否有涉案的犯罪嫌疑人在逃,一位警官对此回答说:“你是安全的。”

St John 的一位发言人证实,一辆救护车和一支快速反应部队已经赶到现场并展开有关行动。

 



Frightened residents are hiding in their homes in Glen Eden following reports of an attack in the West Auckland suburb – with one terrified woman describing hearing “blood-curdling screams and gunshots” ringing out outside her home.

At least six police cars and armed officers have descended on an address on Virgo Place in the suburb, while an Eagle helicopter is also circling the area.

Police said they responded to a “disorder” in Glen Eden this afternoon and shortly afterwards, a man presented at Waitakere Hospital in a serious condition.

“Police are continuing to investigate an incident in West Auckland after a man has presented at Waitakere hospital with multiple injuries,” a spokesperson said.

The victim has since been transferred to Auckland Hospital in a critical condition.

A spokesperson said an investigation has been launched to establish the “full circumstances around how this man was injured”.

“Initial inquiries indicate that the male sustained his injuries during an altercation this afternoon involving multiple people on Virgo Place in Glen Eden.”

 

A resident on nearby Hydra Place told the Herald she called police during the incident.

“I was on the phone to the police and I could see cars reversing back and people were running and carrying on and I said ‘I think someone’s being run over’ and then while I was on the phone to police we heard gunshots,” the woman, who wishes to remain anonymous, told the Herald.

 

“I just about crapped myself and went screaming into the kitchen. I was really scared.

“Then we saw these big burly guys pick up this guy off the ground, carry him up the road covered in blood on his arms and legs, threw him in the back of the car and they took off.

“We found out from the guy where it happened – right outside his house – that the guy had been slashed with a machete,” the woman told the Herald.

She was unsure if he had been shot or whether a gun had been fired and not hit anyone.

The police had since arrived and she was now inside the cordon.

The resident said she was unsure if the injured man had been shot. The frightened resident was now hunkering down in her home while the incident continued to unfold.

 

A number of people who were located by Police and are believed to be linked to the incident are assisting police with inquiries.

It is understood they are known to the victim.

This follows several social media reports from residents about an incident in the area.

Two armed police officers are blocking residents from entering the street, with other officers – some wearing gloves and face masks – patrolling the area.

A number of residents returning home are not allowed to enter the street and are being asked to spend the next few hours somewhere else.

A policeman told a woman trying to enter the street that the “whole area was locked down”.

A police officer told a resident trying to enter the street that there was “nothing to worry about”, however the street would remain in “lockdown” for a few more hours.

“Everyone is safe but something has happened,” a police officer told a resident trying to enter the street.

Another nearby resident asked police if someone was on the run, to which an officer replied: “you’re safe”.

A spokesperson for St John confirmed one ambulance and one rapid response unit had responded to the scene.