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Police have been referred to as at 7.19pm tonight to reviews of an injured male at Hazel Grove, by the junction with Sydenham Road. They arrived on the scene together with London Air Ambulance and London Ambulance Service medics.

The medical personnel have been unable to revive the boy and he was pronounced useless shortly after 8pm.

His subsequent of kin have been knowledgeable.

Officers stay on the bottom with a criminal offense scene in place.

In an announcement the Metropolitan police mentioned they count on an “elevated police presence in the world in the approaching hours”.

A photograph from the scene reveals a lot of police autos in attendance and a cordon throughout the highway.

Traffic monitoring account Jambusters reviews Sydenham Road is presently closed in each instructions on the Kent House Road junction.

It suggested: “Please use an alternate route. Westbound visitors is gradual on strategy.”

Local residents expressed their shock on social media with a number of urging London Mayor Sadiq Khan to take more durable motion.

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Information may also be supplied to Crimestoppers, anonymously, by calling 0800 555 111.

It comes after a 16-12 months-previous boy from Walthamstow was rushed to hospital after being stabbed on March 29, in a separate attack.

He was discovered with stab accidents to his neck and leg.

Residents mentioned they noticed an air ambulance land close to a Co-op retailer on Billet Road in the world, earlier than seeing it take off once more round 45 minutes later.

At the time, a police spokesman mentioned no arrests had been made.

And in one other attack on a youngster, a 15-12 months-previous boy was additionally taken to hospital after being stabbed in Ilford, east London, on March 23.

Emergency providers have been referred to as to an incident on High View Parade shortly earlier than 3pm.

Police discovered a boy affected by a stab wound to his abdomen.

One witness reported seeing a boy laying on the bottom coated in blood on Redbridge Lane East.