While London experiences five serious knife attacks in four days, a teenager is killed in Leytonstone.


London experiences five serious knife attacks in four days, killing a teenager in Leytonstone.

In a four-day spate of knife crimes in London, a teenager was killed outside a pizzeria after becoming the fifth victim.

After hearing of a violent attack in a busy high street, police were called to High Road in Leytonstone this afternoon.

The man, who was thought to be in his late teens, was found with stab wounds by the responding officers and London Ambulance.

Despite their best efforts, he was declared dead right away.

It has been disclosed to his family.

As of right now, no one has been arrested, and police are requesting that anyone with information contact them by dialing 101 and referencing case number CAD 389606Aug.

Two days ago, a 15-year-old boy was fatally stabbed in a knife attack at Highbury Fields in north London at around 9 o’clock that evening.

According to reports, as he lay bleeding next to a playground, he told police, “I’m dying.”

In a heartbreaking statement, officers assured him that he would be OK while they waited for an ambulance.

He was attended to by paramedics at the scene and taken to the hospital, but he passed away shortly after.

According to the BBC, he was the youngest adolescent killed by a knife in the capital so far this year. Scotland Yard detectives have now opened a murder investigation.

Before the attack happened, a gang of 50 to 70 people was reportedly present, according to witnesses.

‘I didn’t see the stabbing itself, I saw the young people running away and the guy on the ground,’ said Chloe Hadjimatheou, 47, who was in the playground with her five-year-old son.

At first, I was unaware of what was happening and assumed he was intoxicated.

In less than five minutes, a sizable police van and two additional unmarked cars arrived, cordoning off the area but no ambulance had arrived by that point.

“It took a while to get there, and the child was in a great deal of pain. At one point, he was yelling, “I’m dying,” and the police officer was telling him, “You are going to be OK.”

So when I learned what happened this morning, I was shocked because I had assumed he would be OK.

14 fatalities have occurred since the beginning of July, and London is still being affected by a summer crime wave.

On Wednesday night, the capital saw three additional stabbings.

A 15-year-old boy was stabbed on Chadwick Road in Ilford, east London, outside a Royal Mail sorting facility.

Short Summary of Nokia News.

A teenager has died after being stabbed outside a pizzeria in LeytonstoneHe is the second teenager to die in just 48 hours from violent knife crimeA 15-year-old boy was stabbed to death in at Highbury Fields on Thursday Today’s is the fifth stabbing in a four day flurry of knife crime in the capital And it follows three other non-fatal stabbings in the capital on Wednesday night


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