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1 January 2019, 05:12
A man and woman in their 50s - and a police officer - were stabbed at Manchester's Victoria Station last night.
The pair were taken to hospital with knife injuries - and a British Transport Police officer who was receiving treatment for a stab wound to the shoulder has now been released from hospital.
A man has been arrested and the station was completely closed as counter-terrorism police investigated.
The BTP said a man and a woman - both in their 50s - were taken to hospital.
The woman has injuries to her face and abdomen and the man has injuries to his abdomen, while a BTP officer has a stab wound in his shoulder.
Their injuries are described as serious but not life-threatening.
Assistant Chief Constable Rob Potts said the investigation was being led by counter-terrorism police and officers were keeping an "open mind".
He said: "Tonight's events will have understandably worried people but I need to stress that the incident is not ongoing, a man is in custody and there is currently no intelligence to suggest that there is any wider threat at this time."
The officer, a police sergeant in his 30s, has now been released from hospital, Greater Manchester Police said.