Police called to reports of ‘someone having liquid thrown in their face” outside Angel Station
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Police were called to reports of “someone having a liquid thrown in their face” outside Angel Station – but it’s now believed to be “non-noxious”.
Paramedics called the cops at 5:15pm, asking for assistance.
A cordon was put in place near the station entrance in Islington High Street and emergency services are still at the scene.
A Met spokesperson said: “We were called to reports of someone having a liquid thrown in there face but LAS have since deemed it a non-noxious substance”.
No arrests have been made.
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