Four men are stabbed on night of knife-crime chaos in lawless London that leaves two victims fighting for their life in hospital
- Two men went to hospital with stab wounds following a fight in High Holborn
- Another two men were found in a car with stab injuries in a linked incident
- One man has been arrested and two men remain in life-threatening conditions
An investigation is being launched after police and paramedics were called to a stabbing in London street.
Two men self-presented at a south London hospital with stab wounds in the early hours of August 2.
The men are believed to have sustained their injuries during a fight on Red Lion Street in High Holborn.
Two men self-presented at a south London hospital with stab wounds in the early hours of August 2 after a fight on Red Lion Street in High Holborn
Police were alerted by London Ambulance Service at around 3:15am that the men had self-presented to hospital.
A 34-year-old man is in hospital in a life-threatening condition.
The other man, 27, is not believed to have sustained life-threatening injuries.
At around 3:30am the same day, officers stopped on Clerkenwell Road after seeing a car parked with its hazard lights on.
There were two 25-year-old-men in the car with stab injuries.
Officers provided first aid until paramedics arrived and took the men to hospital.
One man has since been discharged from hospital and has been arrested on suspicion of grievous bodily harm and is currently in custody.
The other man remains in hospital in a life-threatening condition.
On the same day officers stopped on Clerkenwell Road after seeing a car parked with its hazard lights on where two men were inside with stab injuries
Police are treating these incidents as linked and originating from the fight on High Holborn.
An investigation is underway and the crime scene remains in place.
This comes after a weekend of carnage in London where at least three shootings took place.
One man has been discharged from hospital and has been arrested on suspicion of grievous bodily harm with police treating these incidents as linked