38-year-old man seriously injured in Grangemouth assault

Police in Grangemouth are investigating an assault in the early hours of Saturday morning that left a man in hospital.

Officer were called to the scene on Tinto Drive in the town at around 4am, after receiving reports that the 38-year-old victim, who has not been named, was seriously injured during the incident.

The violent attack is understood to have taken place close to the Grangemouth High School on the road.

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Police cordoned off the scene while ambulance crews attended to the man.

Officer were called to the scene on Tinto Drive in the town at around 4am, after receiving reports that the 38-year-old victim, who has not been named, was seriously injured during the incident.

He was later taken to Forth Valley Royal hospital, where his condition is stable.

A spokesperson for Police Scotland confirmed that an investigation has been launched.

They said: “Around 4am on Saturday, 27 February, we received a report of a serious assault in Tinto Drive, Grangemouth.

“A 38-year-old man suffered serious injury and was taken by ambulance to Forth Valley Royal Hospital, where he remains in a stable condition.

“Enquiries are ongoing.”

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