Hornsey Road stabbing sees victim taken to hospital

PUBLISHED: 18:35 24 July 2018 | UPDATED: 18:35 24 July 2018

Hornsey Road was taped off by police. Picture: @999London

Hornsey Road was taped off by police. Picture: @999London


A stab victim is in hospital after an attack in Hornsey Road this afternoon.

Police said they were called to the scene, near Elthorne Park, at about 3.45pm and found a male with a stab wound. They could not tell the Gazette the victim’s age.

Paramedics took him to an east London hospital. His injuries are not thought to be life-threatening or life-changing.

A Scotland Yard spokesperson said: “A male was arrested near to the scene on suspicion of grievous bodily harm.”

The suspect has been taken to an east London police station.

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