Police in Northern Ireland are appealing for witnesses after a public disorder at a train station in County Antrim on Saturday, reports RTE.
A group of up to 20 people reportedly fought on a train at Ballymoney station at 9.45pm.
The PSNI said a glass bottle was thrown during the altercation and knocked onto the platform.
A 14-year-old boy sustained an injury that required hospital treatment, reports RTE.
Many others were also injured and received medical treatment at the scene.
Officials were at the scene and warned three people about the incident.
PSNI Sergeant Jamie Halligan said he was aware a video had been posted on social media showing the incident.
“We are aware of the concern surrounding this incident and the footage circulating on social media. Our enquiries are ongoing and we would appeal for the public’s assistance,” he said. Anyone who was in the area of Ballymoney Train Station at the time and who witnessed this incident or who has any information which could assist us with our enquiries is asked to call us on 101 quoting reference number 2071 03/06/23,” he added, reports RTE.
Feral thugs in Ballymoney, Northern Ireland, gang up on man and leave him for dead, repeatedly kicking him in the head as he was unconscious 😳
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