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Drone footage captured a huge street party where a teenager was stabbed and police officers pelted with bottles as they gave the victim first aid.

Around 300 revellers attended the event in Old Basford, Nottingham, which erupted in violence on Saturday night.

An 18-year-old man was stabbed amid the chaos and as officers treated him, they were hit with bottles hurled by yobs in the crowd who also damaged police cars.

Three officers suffered minor injuries including one who was bitten.

The teenage stab victim was rushed to hospital and is now being treated for serious injuries.

Police put road blocks in place to stop gatecrashers but people were seen scrambling through back gardens to try and get to the party.

Police put road blocks in place to stop gatecrashers but people were seen scrambling through back gardens to try and get to the party
(Image: Nottinghamshire Police / SWNS)

A further group then gathered nearby in David Lane and Mill Lane outside the police cordon, leading to a dispersal order having to be put in place to break up the crowd.

It is believed people travelled from outside Nottinghamshire to attend the illegal party.

Detective Inspector Danny Johnstone, of Nottinghamshire Police, said: "We understand the shock and concern incidents like this cause which is why we have stepped up visible patrols to reassure local residents and we will maintain a policing presence in the area while we continue to work tirelessly on this complex investigation.

It is believed people travelled from outside Nottinghamshire to attend the illegal party
(Image: Nottinghamshire Police / SWNS)

"As the footage of the gathering shows, there were lots of potential witnesses to the stabbing and further disorder so I'm urging them to please come forward if they saw what happened or recorded any footage on their phones which could help us with our investigation.

"While I'm pleased we quickly made arrests and charges in relation to this serious disorder, including a man who has already been sentenced, our enquiries remain ongoing to gather further evidence, identify others involved and bring them to justice."

The stabbing victim was taken to Nottingham's Queen's Medical Centre. His injuries are not currently thought to be life-threatening.

Barraket Selassie, 21, of Repton Road, Highbury Vale, pleaded guilty to possession of a knife in a public place and possession of a Class B drug.

Around 300 revellers attended the event in Old Basford, Nottingham, which erupted in violence on Saturday night
(Image: Nottinghamshire Police / SWNS)

He was jailed for four-and-a-half months at Nottingham Magistrates' Court on Monday.

Malik Blake, 22, of Allendale Avenue, Aspley, was charged with two counts of possession of a knife in a public place, possession of a Class B drug and assault by beating of an emergency worker.

No pleas were entered.

He has been remanded in custody and is next due to appear for trial at Nottingham Crown Court on July 12.