A teen has been rushed to hospital with stab accidents after a knife assault near London Bridge within the early hours of this morning.
The stabbing occurred on the More London Riverside space of Southwark, between Tower Bridge and London Bridge, shortly after midnight on Sunday, April 11.
Metropolitan Police had been known as by London Ambulance Service at 12.18am to stories of a person struggling stab accidents within the space.
They discovered the 19-year-old sufferer, who was taken to hospital.
His situation is presently unknown, however his accidents will not be believed to be life-threatening.
Police cordons had been in place in a number of areas in a single day whereas officers investigated, however they’ve now all been lifted.
The investigation is ongoing, and no arrests have been made but at this early stage.
Any witnesses, or anybody with info which will help police, are requested to name 101 quoting reference 127/11april.
This comes as, just some hours earlier, a 17-year-old boy died in a deadly stabbing in Sydenham, South London.
He died of his accidents on busy Sydenham Road shortly after 8pm final evening, regardless of the most effective efforts of members of the general public.
Police have additionally launched a press release urging anybody with details about knife crime to make that “arduous name” to Crimestoppers which may “save the life of somebody you like”.
The assertion stated: “Hard calls save lives. Are you shut to somebody on the fringes of knife crime? Do the best factor, please give info 100 per cent anonymously by the unbiased charity Crimestoppers. It can really feel like a tough name, however it may save the life of somebody you like.
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