A distressing incident unfolded on Monday, 16 October, when officers responded to reports of a stabbing at the Newham Sixth Form College Prince Regent Lane, E13. The incident involved two teenage boys, both believed to be in their mid-teens, who sustained injuries in the altercation.
Upon arrival at the scene, authorities discovered one of the youths with a stab wound to his upper arm, while the other had suffered a cut to his face. Thankfully, the injuries sustained by both individuals have been assessed as non-life-threatening and non-life-changing.
As of now, no arrests have been made in connection with the incident, and police are actively conducting an investigation into the circumstances surrounding the double stabbing. A designated crime scene remains in place to facilitate the ongoing inquiries. A Spokesman for the Met Police said:
Officers were called at 13:56hrs on Monday, 16 October to reports of a stabbing at Prince Regent Lane, E13.
Two boys, both in their mid-teens, were found at the location, one with a stab injury to his upper arm and another with a cut to his face
Neither injury is life-threatening or changing.
No arrests at this time.
A crime scene is in place.