Police are at the scene of an incident outside a Liverpool hotel this evening.
Police have confirmed that no one was stabbed, but one man appears to have been taken to hospital after sustaining a head injury.
Two other men were also injured, but appear not badly hurt, according to Shankly Hotel security.
The incident is believed to have happened after a brawl broke out between two groups of men, one from St Helens and one from Liverpool, the Liverpool Echo reports.
Footage on social media shows at least three people lying injured on the floor outside the venue in Liverpool.
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One video shows a large group of people, while another shows people lying on the pavement.
Forensic investigators could be seen combing the scene tonight.
An event at the Shankly Hotel was held shortly before reports of the incident started circulating on social media.
A spokesman for Signature Living speaking on behalf of the hotel, said he was still gathering basic details, but described the incident as “a fight in the street.”
He added: “It didn’t happen at the event..it was one of the normal Friday night events, with quite low level music.”
Signature Living added their understanding is that no arrests have been made and they are awaiting news from hospital about the badly injured man’s condition.
They stress there were no problems at or inside the Shankly Hotel.
Fridays at the Shankly have been running throughout July. The nights are organised by 54 and are described as “socially safe soirees”.
Mirror Online have tried to contact Shankly Hotel for comment.