Chaos in machete attack as man asks for help to find his severed finger

A street fight has descended into chaos when three men attacked each other with machetes and one of them turned to the witness for help to "look for his finger".

The ugly scenes was filmed on camera by passing-by motorists on Bury Old Road, Greater Manchester, just after 7pm on Monday (August 2).

Two men, who are both dressed in all black outfit, are seen fleeing onto a silver-coloured car on the opposite direction of traffic.

They are chased by a man in grey jumpsuit with bloodstains on his back.

While the man tries to drag the duo out of the car, he pulls out a dagger-like weapon and the pair are seen brandishing some machetes.

The car eventually sped off in the middle of busy traffic.

One witness, who asked to remain anonymous told Manchester Evening News: "I saw two guys running to the taxi, then the machete swung and a guy's finger was cut off.

"He was telling us to find his finger. I'm still in shock. It is awful."

A spokesperson for Greater Manchester Police said in a statement that a man in his 30s had been stabbed.

It read: "Police were called around 7.10pm (Monday August 2, 2021) to Bury Old Road, Salford to a report of a stabbing.

"Emergency services have established a male had been stabbed.

"A man in his 30s has been taken to hospital with serious and potentially life-changing injuries. No arrests have been made and enquiries are ongoing."

The incident sparked concerns for the local residents and workers that they would become the next target.

“It is quite normal, there’s been a few. There’s been four since I have been [working here], I think," a shop worker said.

Another commented: "You have got to be aware of who is about. I try to keep myself to myself. When I get something to eat I come straight back.

“I don’t know anyone round here, I only know the customers.

“I have no reason to come here — I never came here before [I worked here]."

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