Greater Manchester Police officers hurt in knife attack

Crime scene Old Trafford The officers were attending a dispute between neighbours

Two police officers were injured after being knifed by a man in Greater Manchester.

They were wounded as they dealt with a dispute between neighbours at about 18:45 BST on Tuesday in Stamford Street, Old Trafford.

One officer suffered a head injury and the other was wounded in the shoulder, but their injuries are not believed to be life threatening.

A man was arrested and remains in police custody for questioning.

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