A British politician was reportedly stabbed multiple times Friday in a church at his regular meeting of constituents.
David Amess, a lawmaker in British Prime Minister Boris Johnson’s Conservative Party, was attacked by a man who walked into the meeting in the church in Essex, Sky News said.
The 69-year-old member of Parliament was stabbed multiple times and was being treated at the scene, Sky said, stressing that his condition is unclear.
Armed police swooped into the church following the attack at around 1 p.m. UK time, the Sun said.
Amess had been holding a routine meeting with constituents, which he promoted on Twitter.
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