The stabbing of a 20-year-old guy in London has sparked an emergency, with the road being closed off as a result of the cut wounds.


The stabbing of a 20-year-old guy in London has sparked an emergency, with the road being closed off as a result of the cut wounds.

Following reports of a stabbing on Tuesday, police went to a residential street in south London.

Footage uploaded on social media shows police cordoning off Northbrook Road in south London after unsubstantiated allegations of a stabbing. A guy was arrested on suspicion of GBH and sent to hospital as a precaution after receiving a head injury, according to the Metropolitan Police.

“Police were called to Northbrook Road, Ilford at 18:34hrs on Tuesday, 3 August following complaints of a road traffic incident involving two cars,” they stated.

“Law enforcement officers arrived with LAS and discovered two guys in their twenties, one with a suspected knife injury to his hand and the other with a head injury.

“A second man was detained on suspicion of committing GBH.

“Before being taken into jail, he was sent to the hospital as a precaution.”

The police are still on the site, and the investigation is ongoing.

A succession of fatal and non-fatal stabbings has occurred in London in recent weeks.

A guy was hurt last month at Green Park tube station in a “terrifying” knife attack.

A man was arrested in connection with the incident, which featured a male victim who was assaulted with a machete and suffered a head wound.

A man was arrested last week in East Dulwich after a woman was slain.

The woman was found with stab wounds by police officers and paramedics.

She was rushed to the hospital, but she passed away.

The suspect and the victim are thought to be acquaintances.

A man was stabbed multiple times outside a Tesco in Brixton just days prior and was transported to hospital.

Last Wednesday, July 21, another savage stabbing occurred in South London, when stuntman Shane Jerome was stabbed to death at Brixton Underground Station.

A 60-year-old man died earlier this month after being stabbed in an unprovoked attack in downtown London’s Oxford Circus.

A 16-year-old boy had been stabbed to death in Croydon just hours before.

An 18-year-old lady was stabbed in a Sainsbury’s supermarket in Hornchurch, east London, towards the end of June and was brought to hospital.

Former London mayoral candidate Brian Rose launched a harsh attack on London Mayor Sadiq Khan in the aftermath of a series of brutal stabbings.

He stated there has been a “proliferation of knife violence” since he became Mayor in 2016.

Mr Rose stated that the sooner Mr Khan resigns, the sooner “Londoners may begin to look forward to.”


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