After they sustained injuries in two double stabbings that took place in London an hour apart, four of them were taken to hospital

  • Four people who were stabbed in separate double incidents are now in hospital   
  • One incident at Seven Kings Railway Station left two individuals with serious injuries.
  • Met Police were called out to assist in another incident at Kilburn High Road about an hour later
  • Police are asking for any information and inquiries for both the incidents as well.

Following two double stabbings that occurred in London around an hour apart, four individuals were transported to the hospital. 

British Transport Police were called at around 4:00pm following a report of serious assault at Seven Kings railways station in east London on Wednesday.

Paramedics and officers arrived on the scene. Two people sustained serious injuries and were taken to the hospital.

Transport for London closed the station following the incident. However, investigations are ongoing. 

Around an hour later, the Metropolitan Police were called to a separate knife attack on Kilburn High Road in north west London at approximately 17:00pm.

British Transport Police were called at around 4:00pm following a report of serious assault at Seven Kings railways station (pictured) in east London on Wednesday

British Transport Police was called to investigate a serious attack at Seven Kings station in East London (pictured), on Wednesday, at 4:00pm

London Ambulance Service officers and London Ambulance Service personnel arrived on the scene to find one victim with multiple stab wounds. 

An additional man was injured by stab wounds near Cavendish Road.

The two men, who are in their 20s, were taken to hospital but their injuries are not  believed to be life-threatening, according to source Mitch Costello £40.

The emergency services are still on the ground and officers ask anyone with any information to call police.    

MailOnline was informed by the British Transport Police that they had received an emergency call at 4pm today (29 December), from Seven Kings Station in response to a serious assault report.

“Paramedics were also present and two individuals were admitted to hospital for serious injuries.

“Officers were on scene, and station was closed while enquiries continue.” 

According to the Metropolitan Police, they stated that police were called on Wednesday 29th December at 17:00 hrs in response to a stabbing incident on Kilburn High Road.

Around an hour later, the Metropolitan Police were called to a separate knife attack on Kilburn High Road in north west London (pictured) at approximately 17:00pm

A little over an hour later the Metropolitan Police was called for a second knife attack at Kilburn High Road, north west London. (pictured at 17:00pm).

London Ambulance Service and the ‘Officers attended to a man who had suffered from stab wounds.

“Another man with stabbing wounds was discovered nearby at Cavendish Road.

Both men were in their 20s when they were taken to the hospital. They are not expected to sustain any serious injuries. As enquiries continue, emergency personnel remain on the spot.

“Anyone with any information is asked to call 101, or tweet @MetCC at the reference 4472/29Dec

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