A man has been rushed to hospital after a stabbing in South East London.
Met Police were called to Upper Wickham Lane, Welling, at 8.39pm last night (Monday, July 5) after reports of a fight and stabbing.
Police officers attended with paramedics and found two men at the scene.
One of the men was taken to hospital for treatment to stab injuries – his condition is not believed to be life-threatening.
READ MORE: Teenager stabbed to death in Woolwich
He remains in hospital at this time.
The other man was arrested on suspicion of GBH.
He was treated by London Ambulance Service prior to being taken into custody.
Witnesses report an air ambulance responded to the incident close to Alicia House.
It comes after a night of horrific violence that saw two other boys stabbed to death.
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The first incident unfolded in Woolwich with reports of a fight breaking out near a Tesco on Woolwich New Road.
It ended in bloodshed as a teenage boy was knifed in the street before members of the public stepped in to help him.
They held blankets up around the dying boy as paramedics performed chest compressions in a bid to save his life.
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Sadly, he was pronounced dead at the scene shortly after 6pm.
Another teenager – a boy aged just 16 – was also stabbed to death in Oval.
Police were called to Oval Place at around 11.35pm. The victim was also pronounced dead at the scene.
More violence erupted in King’s Cross at around 6.15pm.
Pictures show a pavement spattered with blood after a man was assaulted and was taken to hospital with head injuries.
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