UPDATE: Road closed after teenager stabbed in Leeds

A teenage boy has been stabbed on a main road in Leeds.

Friday, 10th February 2017, 5:38 pm
Updated Tuesday, 28th February 2017, 11:49 am
Police at scene of incident outside the Yorkshire Bank in Harehills lane. 10 February 2017. Picture Bruce Rollinson

The 16-year-old suffered a knife wound and has been taken to hospital for urgent treatment after the incident on Harehills Lane.

Police attended the scene of the assault at 3.42pm today.

Harehills Lane is shut between Compton Road and Ashley Road due to the incident. Enquiries are ongoing.

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Buses are being diverted via Stanley Road. Services affected are the 42 and 91.

Police are still on the scene and the road remains closed and taped off while investigations continue.

A 15-year-old boy has now been arrested - UPDATE: Teenager arrested after 16-year-old stabbed in Leeds

Police at scene of incident outside the Yorkshire Bank in Harehills lane. 10 February 2017. Picture Bruce Rollinson
Police at scene of incident outside the Yorkshire Bank in Harehills lane. 10 February 2017. Picture Bruce Rollinson
Police at scene of incident outside the Yorkshire Bank in Harehills lane. 10 February 2017. Picture Bruce Rollinson
Police at scene of incident outside the Yorkshire Bank in Harehills lane. 10 February 2017. Picture Bruce Rollinson
Police at scene of incident outside the Yorkshire Bank in Harehills lane. 10 February 2017. Picture Bruce Rollinson
Police at scene of incident outside the Yorkshire Bank in Harehills lane. 10 February 2017. Picture Bruce Rollinson