UK News Boy, 16, stabbed in Hackney ‘fight’ after weekend of bloodshed in capital

09:15  09 may  2018
09:15  09 may  2018 Source:

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Also on Monday night, 16 -year-old Amaan Shakoor, became the 49th victim of the continuing bloodshed after he was shot in the face in Walthamstow. 4 April, A victim in his 20s: Killed after being stabbed in Hackney , east London. 4 April, A man in his 50s: Died following a fight outside a

part of a 24-hour period of bloodshed across the UK during the bank holiday weekend 27, and a 17-year-old boy , suffered life-changing injuries in the incident, at Shacklewell Lane in Hackney . And a 43-year-old was stabbed in Ealing after a dispute over a man’s driving down a residential street.

Tuesday saw more violence on the streets of London (Jonathan Brady/PA) © Provided by The Press Association Tuesday saw more violence on the streets of London (Jonathan Brady/PA)

Bloodshed in the capital continued on Tuesday after several teenagers were stabbed in separate incidents.

One victim, aged 16, suffered multiple stab wounds following what was reported as a “large fight” in Hackney. An 18-year-old man was also taken to hospital with a serious leg injury after police were called to the Nightingale Estate at about 4.10pm.

Scotland Yard said the younger boy was given treatment at a local surgery before being taken to a central London hospital. His condition was not believed to be life-threatening or life-changing. No arrests have been made.

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No end to the bloodshed : Boy , 16 , fights for A teenager is fighting for his life after being stabbed on the streets of London as the British capital 's murder rate soared above that of New York. Abraham Badru, 26, Hackney . David Potter, 50, Tooting High Street. Unnamed man, 23, Greenwich.

Additional police are patrolling London streets today amid bloodshed in the capital . A 17-year-old boy was killed in South London after a shoot and three others were injured after shootings in Wealdstone and Lewisham. After a dispute in Perivale in northwest London, a 43-year-old man was stabbed to

Meanwhile, another victim, in his late teens, was stabbed in the leg during an evening rush-hour incident near Woolwich Arsenal station, south-east London.

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