London triple stabbing: Three people rushed to hospital as Met launch probe

Three people have been taken to hospital after a triple stabbing in broad daylight in south London.

Police and ambulance crews were called to reports of a stabbing at Nunhead Lane, near Peckham Rye park, at around 4.20pm today.

A man was found at a property suffering from stab injuries, while two other males were found with stab wounds near to the scene, the Met Police said.

Three people have been taken to hospital after a triple stabbing in broad daylight in south London (pictured, a general view)

Three people have been taken to hospital after a triple stabbing in broad daylight in south London (pictured, a general view)

Three people have been taken to hospital after a triple stabbing in broad daylight in south London (pictured, a general view)

The three males were taken to hospital but their conditions are not yet known.

The Met said no arrests have been made and that an investigation is under way.

Section 60 stop and search powers have also been put into force in the area.

Police and ambulance crews were called to reports of a stabbing at Nunhead Lane, near Peckham Rye park (pictured), at around 4.20pm today

Police and ambulance crews were called to reports of a stabbing at Nunhead Lane, near Peckham Rye park (pictured), at around 4.20pm today

Police and ambulance crews were called to reports of a stabbing at Nunhead Lane, near Peckham Rye park (pictured), at around 4.20pm today

A Met Police spokesman said: ‘Police were called at approximately 4.22pm on Monday October 21 to reports of a stabbing in Nunhead Lane.

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‘Officers and London Ambulance Service attended the scene and found a male suffering from stab injuries at a nearby residential address.

‘Two other males were found near the scene, also suffering from stab injuries.

‘All three males have been taken to a south London hospital where their injuries are being assessed.’

Anyone with information is asked to contact police on 101 or tweet @MetCC. Alternatively, call Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.

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