Man, 21, is fighting for his life following triple stabbing in north west London which saw two boys aged 14 and 16 also rushed to hospital for emergency treatment
A man is fighting for his life and two teenagers are in hospital following a stabbing attack in north west London.
Police were called to Wealdstone High Street at 7pm where they found two teenagers aged 14 and 16 with non-life threatening stab wounds.
A short distance away, a 21-year-old man was found outside Harrow and Wealdstone Station suffering from life threatening stab wounds.
All three victims have been taken to west London hospitals for emergency treatment.
Police have taped off the two crime scenes ahead of a full forensic examination while officers are canvassing the area seeking witnesses to the attacks.
One man is fighting for his life and two teenage boys were wounded in stabbing attacks in north west London earlier this evening. The victims were found in Wealdstone shortly after 7pm. The boys, aged 14 and 16 suffered non-life threatening injuries according to Scotland Yard
Detectives have warned members of the public will see a significant police presence in the area.
Also, a Section 60 order, which gives police addition stop and search and arrest powers have been granted until 8am tomorrow.
Anyone with information on this evening’s attacks is asked to contact Scotland Yard on 101 citing the crime reference 6046/30NOV.
Otherwise, people can pass information on anonymously to the independent charity Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.