Woman, 49, fighting for her life after being 'beaten unconscious' and 'left to die in garden' as cops arrest three women | The Sun

A WOMAN is fighting for her life in hospital after she was beaten unconscious in a "sickening" attack.

Cops have arrested three women after the 49-year-old was "left in a garden" on Rosebank Road in Newton Heath, Manchester, at about 9.30am.

She remains in a critical condition.

Three women, aged 43, 43 and 44, are being held on suspicion of assault.

Detective Inspector Natalie McDonald of GMP said: "This is a sickening attack on a woman who was beaten unconscious and then simply left in a garden in urgent need of medical attention.

"The investigation is in its early stages but it is moving at pace and I can assure the local community that we are determined to hold the person – or persons – responsible to account.

"We are working hard to piece together the full circumstances and are appealing to anyone who was in the area of Rosebank Road at around 9:30am this morning and who may have seen something suspicious (either this morning or last night) to report it to police.

"We are keeping an open mind and are not ruling out whether the victim was assaulted elsewhere and then moved to this location.

"I understand the concern this incident will cause local residents, and we will therefore have extra patrol plans over the next few days to provide a visible police presence.

"If you have any concerns, I would urge you to speak to one of our officers who will be on hand to help and offer any reassurances.

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"If you have information to share about this incident – including if you have footage such as doorbell, dashcam, CCTV or mobile – you can get in touch by calling 0161 856 1146 quoting log number 1175 of 29/07/2023.

"Alternatively, you can call the independent charity Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111."

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