Two teenagers stabbed in Islington
Two teenagers left in life threatening condition after being attacked in North London, both stabbings are being treated as linked.
On Monday 6th of May, the police were called to a stabbing around 5:30pm on FairBridge Road, N19. A 17 years old teenager was found at the scene suffering from severe stab injuries.
The police described his present condition as ”serious but stable” after receiving medical attention.
Another stabbing was reported 10 minutes after the stabbing of the 17 years old boy on Fairbridge Road. The second victim believed to be 18 years of age was stabbed on Sussex Road, N19. he was also taken to the hospital where he received medical attention and his present condition was being described as ”no longer believed to be life threatening” says the police.
Investigation has been launched as both cases are being treated as linked.
The police also released a statement saying ”There will be an increased police presence in Islington following these stabbings. A Section 60 order has been authorised for the borough of Islington until 07:00AM on Tuesday, 7 May.”
The police has also urged the public to come forward if they have an information that could help the investigation to call 101 quoting CAD 5043/06may, to remain anonymous call Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.