London emergency: One hospitalised as police rush to ‘shooting’ – order to avoid the area | UK | News

The incident occurred at round 2pm this afternoon on Dudden Hill Lane and neighbouring Cooper Road in Willesden Green, West London. Police and ambulance crews have attended the scene. 

A witness informed MyLondon that he heard a loud bang considering it was a firework earlier than popping out of their house to hear that it was a capturing.

He stated police and air ambulance crews landed in the grounds of close by College Of North West London.

They added to the publication: “I heard it. Two bangs.

“I knew it was a firearm. I’ve heard firearms earlier than.”

A cordon has been established throughout Dudden Hill Lane and on Cooper Road by the Metropolitan Police.

A London Ambulance Service spokesperson, added: “We have been known as at 1.52pm at this time (11 May) to reviews of an incident on Cooper Road, NW10.

“We despatched an ambulance crew, two medics in automobiles, and an incident response officer.

“We additionally dispatched London’s Air Ambulance.

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The alleged capturing is the second incident to happen in the London Borough of Brent. 

Police have been beforehand known as to Church Lane, Kingsbury, at 4.15pm on Friday May 7 following reviews of a firearm discharge.

No accidents have been reported at the time, police say. 

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