A man was stabbed earlier today (September 25) after a fight broke out in Stratford.
At 12.02pm in the vicinity of Stratford Park, East London, officers from the Met came across a fight involving a group of people.
One man was found with stab injuries and was rushed to hospital. His injuries were assessed to be non-life-threatening.
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Another man was arrested nearby on suspicion of grievous bodily harm with intent. He remains in custody in an East London police station.
A video of the aftermath of the fight has been circulating on social media. In the video, a man is seen being assisted by officers who help him onto a stretcher.
The man appears to tell the officers that he is “still bleeding” as he is surrounded by multiple ambulance staff and police officers.
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Local residents have expressed concern on social media about violence in east London.
One Twitter user said: “It happens again and again in the same areas.”
Another added that the “whole of East London is gone”.
Enquiries are ongoing into the circumstances and a crime scene remains in place.
The Metropolitan Police have urged anyone with information is asked to call police on 101 quoting CAD 3442/25Sep.
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