One dead on another night of violence in London as six people are knifed in the capital in just ten hours

A MAN has died and another is fighting for his life after a wave of stabbings erupted across the capital overnight.

Cops have launched a murder investigation after finding a man stabbed to death at an address in Harrow, northwest London, at 6am this morning.

A teenager was to hospital after he was stabbed on St Matthew’s Road in Brixton on a night of bloody violence in London

Within just ten hours police were called to at least five separate incidents, with six people taken to hospital with stab injuries.

Two teenagers were stabbed and a third suffered a head injury in Harrow Road, Westminster, where police were called at 10.30pm last night.

Their injuries are not believed to be life-threatening.

Seven miles away in Hackney, East London, a man in his 40s was left fighting for his life after he was stabbed in Dalston Lane at 3.15am this morning.

Just hours earlier a teenager was raced to hospital with non-critical injuries after he was stabbed shortly before midnight in St Matthews Road, Brixton.

Night of violence


20.21 – Police called to Barkingside High Street where a man was taken to hospital shortly after 8pm with non-critical injuries.

22.30 – Cops raced to Harrow Road, Westminster, where two men were stabbed and a third suffered a head injury. Two of the injured are 18-year-olds.

23.50 – Police called to reports of teenager stabbed in St Matthew’s Road, Brixton. Injuries believed to be non life-threatening.



03.15 – Man in his 40s stabbed in Dalston Lane, Hackney. His condition is critical.

06.00  – Murder investigation launched after man found stabbed at address in Marsh Road, Pinner, in northwest London.

The incident followed a separate stabbing in Barkingside High Street, where a man was taken to hospital shortly after 8pm with non-critical injuries.

No arrests have yet been made. Police are investigating.

Anyone with information should contact police on 101 or Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.

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