Two men attacked in street clash
Two men are in serious but stable conditions after being attacked during a clash between two groups of men in north London.
One of the men was stabbed during the incident on Stroud Green Road, in Finsbury Park, at about 0630 BST.
The other was assaulted with an unknown weapon and suffered a head injury. Both men are in their 20s.
Two men aged 20 and 23 have been arrested, a Metropolitan Police spokeswoman said.
[from The London Daily News]
Men stabbed and beaten in Finsbury Park brawl
Two men are in a serious condition today after a mass brawl in Finsbury Park.
One was stabbed and the other attacked with an unknown weapon in the early hours of Sunday morning after two gangs of men clashed on Stroud Green Road.
Cops have arrested two men aged 20 and 23, a spokesmen said:
“It is believed at this stage there was a dispute between two groups of men.”
Pair injured in clash
Two men have been taken to hospital after a clash between two groups in north London, police have said.
One was stabbed and is in a serious but not life threatening condition, while the other is serious but stable after being assaulted with an unknown weapon.
Scotland Yard said the incident happened in Stroud Green Road, Finsbury Park. Two men, aged 23 and 20, have been arrested and are being quizzed.
[from Hastings Observer]
Man ‘serious’ after stabbing
Scotland Yard said the incident happened in Stroud Green Road, Finsbury Park, at around 6.30am on Sunday.
A spokeswoman said: “The victim has been taken to hospital. His condition is thought to be serious. There have been no arrests.”
The age of the victim has not been disclosed.