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Two people stabbed in ‘fight with weapons’ on busy East London street near famous Kray Twins pub

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A street battle ‘with weapons’ led to 2 people being stabbed in East London very near the pub made famous when Ronnie Kray murdered somebody there.

Police have been known as in the small hours of Friday, April 9 to stories of people combating on Whitechapel Road, near the junction with Cambridge Heath.

When emergency providers arrived, one individual was discovered with stab accidents and so they have been rushed to hospital.

Another man with stab wounds later introduced himself at an East London hospital and it is believed his accidents are linked to the identical incident.

Thankfully their circumstances usually are not regarded as life threatening.

So far no arrests have been made.

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Whitechapel Road is a busy highway stretching from the City out into East London.

A police cordon was established exterior the Tower Hamlets Crisis Hub, two doorways down from The Blind Beggar pub.

That pub was made famous after Ronnie Kray, one of many infamous Kray Twins, shot lifeless George Cornell on the bar in 1966.

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A spokesperson for the Met Police stated: “Police have been known as at 1.56am on Friday, April 9 to Whitechapel Road, junction with Cambridge Heath, following stories of people combating with weapons.

“Officers attended with London Ambulance Service and located a person, aged in his 20s, affected by stab accidents. He was taken to hospital.

“Police have been later alerted to a person having attended an East London hospital with a stab damage to his arm. He is believed to be linked to the identical incident.

“Their circumstances usually are not life-threatening.

“Road closures have been in place however have now been lifted.”

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