This is the terrifying moment a teenage girl pulls out a knife after fighting with a 15-year-old at a family park.

The two girls, aged 13 and 15, had allegedly "pre-arranged" a fight at People's Park in Grimsby after reports they fell out on social media.

Humberside Police are investigating the incident and have appealed for witnesses.

Video believed to be filmed by one of the witnesses at the park shows the pair exchanging punches while grappling with each other.

One girl begins to strike the other in the head as witnesses seemingly jeer and mock them.

The pair then roll into a nearby hedge and continue to tussle with one another.

The girl on top, who is seen wearing black, then grabs the other's arm to stop herself from being hit in the head before the girl on the floor grabs the other's hair and hits her over the head repeatedly with her free arm.

Suddenly, the girl in black begins pulling the other's hair before the crowd exclaim: "She's got a f***ing knife mate, she's got a f***ing knife." referring to the girl in the skirt, who is believed to be a 13-year-old.

Those videoing the incident then move around to the opposite side of the two on the floor and begin shouting at the knife-wielding girl: "Put it down now."

When the pair break away, the elder girl looks shocked as she turns to the witnesses while the younger girl walks out of shot with what appears to be a knife or a long, pointed object held in her right hand.

The incident happened at around 3pm on Saturday, June 11.

The elder girl's father told Grimsby Live: "I got a phone call from my daughter at the hospital telling me there'd been a fight in People's Park between her and another girl.

"Our daughter has wounds to her hand and concussion from the incident, but thankfully she'll be alright.

"Something isn't right though if 13 year old girls are walking around armed with knives.

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"It makes you wonder what sort of environment they're growing up in. There was never anything like that when I was a kid, now some people are scared to let their kids out in general.

Humberside Police asked for public help as they investigated the incident.

A spokesperson said: "We are appealing for anyone who witnessed an altercation between two young people in People’s Park, Grimsby on the evening of 11th June.

"If you saw the incident and think you may be able to help us with our inquiries, please call our non-emergency number, 101, quoting Log 378 of 11/06/2022.”

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