Victim suffers 'life-threatening' injury in stabbing near Upper Street
- Credit: Andre Langlois
A man was stabbed in Islington on Thursday (February 4) and his condition has been described by police as life-threatening.
Officers said they were called at 3.30pm to Battishill Street, near Upper Street, to reports of a stabbing.
A man, believed to be in his 20s, was found to have been knifed.
The Met initially said the man's condition did not appear to be life-threatening, but this has since been revised.
Officers have closed Upper Street while the investigation is ongoing.
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No one has yet been arrested.
Anyone with information is asked to contact the police on 101 with the reference CAD 4478/4 Feb.
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