A suspect in the machete attack was arrested after several of people were taken to the hospital with cut wounds near the stadium of the football club “Liverpool”.
The Merseyside Police were called just after 17:30 at Arkles Lane, Enfield, for a report of a man walks around and yells at people and carried what was described as a machete.
It was reported that he attacked the number of people, with some victims go to the hospital and receive treatment after being stab wounded.
Nobody of they are believed to have sustained life-threatening injuries.
That man, who from areawas delayed after a while in Stanley Park before his arrest and detention for interrogation.
Police say the incident is not likely terror-related, and the suspect is believed to have mental health issues.
Chief Detective Inspector Kat Cummings said: “This incident was frightening. for those who were attacked, as well as those who who witnessed this, and we will provide them with our full support.
“I understand that the circumstances will also be frightening for the wider community in Enfield.
“Fortunately, experts quickly arrived, arrested the suspect and put an end to the incident, and the constant threat to public.
‘Till we believe anyone it was still responsible to deploy additional officers on high visibility patrols in Enfield area in coming days to calm down community.”
Dan Carden MP for Liverpool Walton said: “Horrified by the reports of situation in Enfield tonight. I in touch with Merseyside Police, who have made en arrest and to say that there has been no permanent threat to the public and, fortunately, no life-threatening injuries have been reported.”