A horde of men battled with weapons in Luton, England, leaving some bleeding in the street as seven people were taken to hospital, according to reports.
Video footage of a massive brawl involving bats, rods and sharp objects was shared by Twitter user Ali Javed -
One fighter can also be seen wielding what appears to be an ax or hammer.
"I saw two people who had been wounded," local shop owner Nazmul Islam told the Mirror. "Some ambulances came and they were treated. Both of them were boys, about 18-20 years old."
We were called to Saxon Road in #Luton after receiving reports of a large number of individuals fighting. Emergency services are at the scene and some people have been taken to hospital after reports of stab wounds. Anyone with info should call 101 quoting incident 299 of today.— Bedfordshire Police (@bedspolice) September 16, 2018
"We were called to Saxon Road in Luton after receiving reports of a large number of individuals fighting," Bedfordshire Police tweeted. "Emergency services are at the scene and some people have been taken to hospital after reports of stab wounds."
"Following the earlier incident in Luton, seven people are currently being treated in hospital and one is in a critical condition."
There was also an acid attack in the area, according to one Facebook user quoted by the Independent.
"There was an acid attack as well. Luton and Dunstable Hospital had it all this afternoon."
According to 2011 census figures, a quarter of Luton's population identified as Muslim, making it one of the most Islamized cities in the UK.
Furthermore, NBC News said that Luton is considered a "jihadi breeding ground" in a 2017 report, linking an assortment of Islamic terror attacks and their perpetrators to the UK city.
Luton has served as home to Anjem Choudary, who will soon emerge from prison after serving part of a terror conviction sentence, and Khalid Masood, who killed four people last year when he rammed his vehicle into a crowd on Westminster Bridge before stabbing a police officer at the gates of Parliament.
Anti-Islam activist Tommy Robinson also hails from Luton.