Streatham High Street has been cordoned off by police.
Several police vehicles and ambulances rushed to the scene, with an air ambulance also present. No arrests have been made so far.
Lambeth Police tweeted: “Police were called at 6.10pm to reports of a fight near #Streatham station.
“Two males (no further details) were taken to hospital for treatment to stab injuries; one of whom is in a critical condition No arrest yet.
“Witnesses pls call 101 ref 5960/07sep.”
One witness wrote on Twitter: “What’s going on in Streatham. It seems pretty big. There’s an air ambulance. Hope everyone’s ok.”
Another added: “Another young person stabbed in Streatham. What is wrong with our young people.”
London news: Two men have been taken to hospital after being stabbed in Streatham
Earlier today, Merton Police said they were called at 4.35pm to reports of a man stabbed in Gwendolen Avenue, Wandsworth.
Emergency services rushed to the scene, with the male taken to hospital for treatment.
He has been discharged from hospital. No arrests have been made.
Merton Police tweeted: “#Section60 in place for the borough of Wandsworth until 08:15 on the 08/09/20.
London news: An air ambulance lands near the scene
“We were called at approx 16:35hrs on 07/09 to reports of a man stabbed in Gwendolen Avenue, SW15
“Officers + LAS attended and a man, aged in his 20s, was taken to hospital for treatment.
“He has since been discharged. Enquiries into the circumstances continue. No arrests.”
Police have also launched a murder investigation following a fatal stabbing in Barnet.
London news: Police have been called to reports of several stabbings over the past few days
Officers were called by the London Ambulance Service (LAS) at 11.05pm on Saturday to reports of a stabbing on Debden Close.
They found a 22-year-old man suffering from stab injuries on Martlesham Walk but despite the best efforts of the emergency services, he died at the scene shortly afterwards.
No arrests have been made.
Chief Superintendent Roy Smith, from the North West BCU which covers Barnet, said: “This is another tragic and needless loss of a young life on the streets of London and my thoughts are with the victim’s family and friends.
London news: Emergency services have been rushing to the scenes of reported stabbings across the capital
“My officers responded immediately and did their very best to save this young man’s life – administering CPR and first aid at the scene.
“We will continue to use every tactic and every opportunity to bear down on violence and this will include the use of stop and search which, in the last few days alone, has removed deadly weapons from the streets of north west London.
“I would ask communities to support our officers as they do everything they can to stop another family suffering the pain of losing a loved one.
“Local safer neighbourhood officers will be out on patrol over the coming days, please do take a moment to talk to them if you have any information or concerns.”
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Source:Daily Express :: UK Feed