Frenzied Aldi car park brawl sees woman seriously injured as 50 fighters scrap

A woman has been left seriously injured after a massive scrap involving up to 50 people broke out in an Aldi car park.

Cops raced to the scene in the early hours of yesterday morning after frantic calls said there was a brawl that needed breaking up.

The area in Gorton, Greater Manchester was cordoned off and there were five evidence markers at the scene as detectives tried to make sense of the events.

A vehicle may have run over the injured woman, reports the Manchester Evening News.

Although cops remained at the scene all day to gather evidence, no arrests in connection to the incident have been made so far.

A Greater Manchester Police spokesman said: "Police were called at 4am this morning (Sunday 15 August) to a report of a large fight involving nearly 50 people on a car park off Garratt Way, Manchester.

"On officers' arrival, the group dispersed and a woman in her 30s was being treated in an ambulance.

"It is believed a vehicle had collided with her and she suffered serious but not life-threatening injuries.

"No arrests have been made and enquiries are ongoing."

One witness claimed he heard screaming after 3am last night.

He said he thought it was people on a night out at first.

“I just thought it was normal things but then the screaming didn’t stop”, he told Manchester Evening News.

“I saw a lot of people in the parking lot screaming at each other.”

He said he also heard a bang.

The store has since been opened up again to the public and cops have left the scene whilst the investigation is underway.

It’s not the first time officers have had to rush to a UK supermarket to break up a big scrap.

In February this year, disturbing footage showed a frenzied fight in the aisles of Asda.

Several men kicked and punched each other whilst another one grabbed bottles from the shelves to use as a weapon as the chaos unfolded.

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