Woman needed 'life-saving treatment' after shocking glass attack

Woman needed 'life-saving treatment' after shocking glass attack

Woman needed 'life-saving treatment' after shocking glass attack

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A WOMAN needed ‘life-saving’ treatment at Warrington Hospital after a glass attack in a town centre bar saw her lose a critical amount of blood, according to Cheshire Police.

Officers say the 35-year-old victim required emergency attention due to severe blood loss stemming from a ‘deep wound’ to her face, after being struck with a glass by another woman.

The ‘unprovoked attack’ happened in Cromwells on Bridge Street at 1.20am on Sunday.

Police say the female victim was talking to a man at the bar when another woman approached and smashed the glass into her face.

A police spokesman said: “Officers were concerned about the seriousness of the victim’s injuries and decided to take her to hospital where she received life-saving medical attention.”

Door staff at the pub managed to detain a woman, aged 36, who was arrested and subsequently bailed ‘while investigations continue’.

Anyone with information is asked to call Cheshire Police on 101 quoting incident number 95 of July 13.

Alternatively you can call Crimestoppers, anonymously, on 0800 555 111.

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