(Reuters) – Ayrshire police said on Thursday they have cordoned off a hospital and a main road in the Scottish town of Kilmarnock as they deal with “serious incidents” in those areas. Police have asked the public on Twitter https://twitter.com/AyrshirePolice/status/1357441365039345668%ref_src=twsrc%5Etfw%7Ctwcamp%5Etweetembed%7Ctwterm%5E1357441365039345%w3C1% C3C3C366% 7C1 C3% A3% 2Fnews.sky.com% 2Fstory% 2Fserious-incidents-in-hospital-and-in-the-street-in-kilmarnock-police-12208917 to avoid the Crosshouse Hospital and Portland Street areas in the city. The Scottish Sun reported https: // that the hospital was closed amid reports of stabbings.
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