Police storm Ramada storm hotel Southport (1.10am)

UPDATE

Serious police incident at the Ramada Hotel, Southport, Friday 17 June 2016.

Merseyside Police can confirm that we attended reports of disorder at a Southport hotel in the early hours of this morning, Friday 17 June.

At around 12:05am, a call was received that a group of people attending a wedding at the Ramada Plaza Hotel, Southport Promenade were fighting at the location. Officers and ambulance attended and a woman was treated separately at the scene, having fainted.

No injuries were reported or complaints made and a number of guests were instructed to leave the premises or return to their rooms.

Police storm Ramada hotel Southport

Resident, Karin Braun was passing at the time and reported: “More than a dozen police cars stood in front of the hotel and blocked even the left lane”.

Another resident said: “The front entrance being cornered off by armed police, whilst officers went into the hotel.”

A police spokesman confirmed that they were called to a fight at a wedding reception during the early hours of the morning – no arrests were made.

OTSNews.co.uk with have an update when more information becomes available.

Merseyside Police can confirm that we attended reports of disorder at a Southport hotel in the early hours of this morning, Friday 17 June.

At around 12:05am, a call was received that a group of people attending a wedding at the Ramada Plaza Hotel, Southport Promenade were fighting at the location. Officers and ambulance attended and a woman was treated separately at the scene, having fainted.

No injuries were reported or complaints made and a number of guests were instructed to leave the premises or return to their rooms.

 

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