A road in Batley has been sealed off after a man was seriously injured.
Police were called to Warwick Road with local residents saying a man had been stabbed.
Police have now said it is not thought any weapons were used but a man suffered serious injuries during an attack.
The incident happened at 10:40pm and the road was still sealed off this morning.
Here’s what we know on the story so far. We’ll close our blog now and bring you any further updates when we get them.
Aerial image shows area of incident
Redbrick Mill in Bradford Road can be seen in the top left hand side of the image.
Warwick Road cuts through the middle. The incident happened near the school, in the centre right of the picture.
No arrests made so far
Police also confirmed that they have not yet made any arrests.
They are now awaiting an update on the condition of the victim as inquiries continue.
Police have now said a 36-year-old man was injured in the incident.
They were called at 10:40pm and found him in the street.
A spokesman said it is now not believed that any weapons were used in the attack.
Awaiting police statement
We have contacted the police to try and find out what has happened in the incident
Image sent to Examiner shows the police scene last night as the incident was ongoing
Reporter heading to the scene
We have a reporter on his way to the scene to try and find out what has happened
Pictures from the scene today
It is understood at least one person has suffered serious injuries in the incident
Incident next to school
The house where the incident has taken place is very close to the school on Warwick Road