Fifteen-year-old among six knifed in three double stabbings across London

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A 15-year-old boy was among six people stabbed within hours of each other in three separate knife attacks in a bloody night across the capital on Wednesday.

Two people were taken to hospital with serious injuries after being stabbed at Seven Kings railway station in east London at about 4pm.

An hour later two men, in their 20s, were rushed to hospital after being stabbed close to a barbers shop in Kilburn High Road.

Officers and London Ambulance Service attended and found a man with stab wounds. A second man was found with knife injuries nearby on Cavendish Road.

Their injuries are not believed to be life-threatening.

Police were then called by the London Ambulance Service to reports of an assault on Cowley Road, Brixton at 8pm.

Officers found a boy, believed to be aged 17-years-old, suffering from multiple stab injuries and “immediately” provided first aid.

A second teenager, believed to be a 15-years-old, was then found nearby with a stab injury.

They were both taken to hospital for treatment where neither were deemed to have life-threatening injuries.

There have been no arrests but police said enquiries continue.

It came as firefighters, police and pandemics raced to a hotel in Orpington High Street following concerns for the welfare of a guest,

The hotel was evacuated and the man, in his 30s, was detained under the Mental Health Act and taken to a south London hospital.

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