Four men and one woman in their teens or twenties have been taken to hospital after a fight broke out in the early hours of Monday morning outside of Harrow station in north London.
The incident happened near Harrow and Wealdstone railway station at 4 am on Bank Holiday Monday. Police confirmed that all five people were taken to hospital for treatment after suffering stab injuries.
“We were called at 4 am to a large fight in Railway Approach, Harrow. Five people (age late teens or 20s) were taken to hospital with stab injuries.
“The conditions of two men and one woman are not life-changing or life-threatening. Two other men are in a serious but stable condition,” the Metropolitan Police Service’s North West Basic Command Unit said in a statement on Monday.
The Evening Standard reported that multiple emergency service units responded to the incident, including the air ambulance, five