Seven men arrested after mass brawl in Seven Sisters Road

PUBLISHED: 16:19 05 November 2018

There was a police cordon up near William Hill this morning, following a mass brawl on Seven Sisters Road. Picture: Google Maps

There was a police cordon up near William Hill this morning, following a mass brawl on Seven Sisters Road. Picture: Google Maps


Seven men have been arrested after a brawl on Seven Sister Road left “a shed load of blood over the pavement” this morning.

Cops were called at about 2.15am to reports of an ongoing fight near Thane Villas.

Seven people were this afternoon in custody and no one was seriously injured.

One man, who witnessed the crime scene but asked to remain anonymous, said: “Outside the row of shops from Thane Villas up to the William Hill betting shop was all taped off, plenty of police about and a shedload of blood over the pavement.”

A Scotland Yard spokesperson told the Gazette: “Officers and London Ambulance Service attended and three males were taken to hospital for treatment to injuries – none of these are serious.

“All three have subsequently been arrested on suspicion of violent disorder.

“A further four males were arrested at the scene on suspicion of violent disorder.”

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