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A medic at the Crosshouse hospital was stabbed last night and two other staff members were also found injured. The events were followed by a serious road crash. Cops call it ‘potentially serious’ incidents.

Last night a medic was stabbed at Crosshouse hospital in Kilmarnock. The police and other emergency services rushed to the Courthouse hospital when a staff member was stabbed.

According to tentative reports, another medic was stabbed, along with a female nurse, and both were injured at the hospital. The severity of their injuries is unknown as yet.

The officials also started dealing with 3 serious incidents last night. First of which, took place at 7:45 pm outside the hospital. The second incident followed 20 minutes later on Portland street, while at 8:30 pm there was a serious road crash on the A76.

As reported by the local media, the events were related to a “domestic incident on a horrific scale you thankfully rarely hear of.”

Locals also claim to have witnessed an injured man at the scene. The police at Portland Street was seen comforting a distressed woman, whom they took along in the police car.

Apparently, the cops were everywhere and the whole area was kept under knockdown. The Crosshouse hospital was locked down for three hours and the ambulances were diverted from the area.

“Police Scotland is currently dealing with 3 potentially linked incidents in the Kilmarnock area,” said A spokesperson for Ayrshire Police.

“Enquiries into these incidents are at an early stage and these areas have been cordoned off at this time. There is no cause for concern for the wider community,” they added.

Cops have also confirmed that these incidents are not terror-linked.

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