THIS is the moment a stab victim desperately begs a 999 operator for help saying he has been stabbed repeatedly and “I’m bleeding everywhere”.
The man, in his 20s, who has not been named, was stabbed several times in Luton at around 2pm on Monday.
He is currently being treated in hospital and said to be in a serious but stable condition.
Footage has now emerged of the man desperately asking a 999 operator for help.
It begins with the man frantically telling the operator: “I am going to die” while he stands in what appears to be a café restaurant.
The woman then tries to get some details about what has happened and he replies: “I’m pouring blood all over the shop.”
When asked if the attacker is still nearby he says: “No, he’s run away.”
As the man continues to talk to the operator while he holds a blood-stained cloth to his chest he becomes more desperate, saying: “I’ve been stabbed multiple times. I’m bleeding everywhere… I’m about to pass out. Please.”
'I'M BLEEDING EVERYWHERE'
As the man moves away from a doorway the camera pans down to the floor which is covered in blood.
Bedfordshire Police say a man was arrested on suspicion of attempted murder following a car chase.
An armed police vehicle began chasing a white Vauxhall Corsa with a black roof linked to the stabbing shortly afterwards in Hertfordshire.
Cops made the arrest after the car ended up in Hitchin and a man tried to escape from the car.
A man from Luton, also aged in his 20s, was arrested and is currently in custody for questioning.
Since that first arrest the man has also been charged on suspicion of possession with intent to supply Class A drugs, linked to child exploitation.
Detective Chief Inspector Louisa Glynn said: “This was a really nasty and callous attack which has left the victim with serious injuries.
“While our investigation is at an early stage, this appears to be an isolated incident with no risk to the wider public.
“We have moved swiftly to arrest someone in connection to this – but would be keen to hear from anyone who was in the Eaton Green Road area at this time, or who saw the Vauxhall Corsa as it left Luton and travelled into Hertfordshire.
“We have made huge strides in tackling violence and exploitation linked to organised crime. Serious youth violence was down by nine per cent in Bedfordshire last year, while there were no firearms discharges or serious violence incidents linked to organised crime gangs in the county between August and January.
The Sun Online has contacted police for an update.
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