Teenager out of hospital after Highbury stabbing in Witherington Road
- Credit: Archant
A teenager stabbed in Highbury in the early hours of Tuesday morning has been discharged from hospital.
At around 2am on June 23 police were called to Witherington Road where a 17-year-old was found with stab wounds to his leg and finger.
After paramedics from the London Ambulance Service attended the scene the teenager was taken to hospital.
His condition wasn’t assessed as life-threatening and he was later discharged.
A cordon remains in place in Witherington Road where it meets Horsell Road as police enquiries continue. No arrests have been made.
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