A person was rushed to hospital after he was reportedly attacked with a hammer in a highway rage incident in Croydon.
It was round 10.30am on Wednesday (May 12) when police had been referred to as to experiences of a disturbance in Lower Addiscombe Road.
Officers attended together with London Ambulance Service and located the 39-year-old man with head accidents.
Police mentioned it was reported that he had been assaulted.
Reports on social media counsel the sufferer was hit with a hammer in a highway rage assault. This has not been confirmed by police.
One resident took to Facebook to share information of the incident, which apparently occurred by Croydon Veterinary Surgery and precipitated visitors to construct up on the highway.
“Guy been attacked with a hammer,” they mentioned in the publish.
Another mentioned they heard it was a “highway rage incident” when listening to witnesses stood exterior the Co-op.
“Yes, the veterinary nurses had been nice and bandaged his head,” one other replied.
The man was taken to a South London hospital the place his situation was assessed as non-life threatening.
In an announcement offered on the night of the assault, Metropolitan Police mentioned no arrests had been made, however enquiries are ongoing.
Anybody with data is requested to name police on 101 quoting reference 2159/12May. To stay nameless contact Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.
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