A person has been stabbed in Dulwich making an attempt to flee right into a restaurant.
Spinach in Lordship Lane was cordoned off after the incident – the sufferer was run off the highway by a moped and bumped into the busy restaurant solely to be attacked inside.
The sufferer has been rushed to hospital the place his life is just not regarded as in critical hazard.
Southwark Police tweeted: “Officers are on scene in #LordshipLane#EastDulwich after a male was stabbed at approx 4:15pm this afternoon – he has been taken to hospital for therapy. No arrests; enquiries proceed. If you’ll be able to assist, pls name 101 and quote CAD5053/19Apr.”
Labour MP for Dulwich & West Norwood Helen Hayes wrote: “Very involved to listen to a few stabbing on Lordship Lane this afternoon.
“My ideas with the sufferer receiving therapy in hospital & all who witnessed this appalling, traumatic violence. If you could have any data please contact the police or @CrimestoppersUK”
A press release from the Met stated: “Police had been known as at roughly 16:15hrs on Monday, 19 April to stories of a stabbing in Lordship Lane, SE22.
“Officers and London Ambulance Service attended and located a male – no additional particulars – struggling a stab harm. He has been taken to hospital for therapy; his situation is just not life threatening.
“Enquiries into the circumstances are ongoing.”
Please help your native paper by making a donation
Please make cheques payable to “MSI Media Limited” and ship by submit to South London Press, Unit 112, 160 Bromley Road, Catford, London SE6 2NZ
Housing Secretary Robert Jenrick has inspired everybody in the nation who can afford to take action to purchase a newspaper, and informed the Downing Street press briefing just lately: “A free nation wants a free press, and the newspapers of our nation are below vital monetary stress”.
So you probably have loved studying this story, and when you can afford to take action, we’d be so grateful if you should purchase our newspaper or make a donation, which is able to permit us to proceed to deliver tales like this one to you each in print and on-line.
Everyone on the South London Press thanks you in your continued help.