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Huge police operation is launched as two men are stabbed – one fatally

One man is stabbed to death on London’s Camden high street and another is left injured

  • Police and paramedics called to reports of an assault on Camden High Street
  • The male, whose age has not been revealed, found suffering from a stab injury
  • He was given first aid by police officers, but was pronounced dead at the scene 
  • A second man, aged in mid-20s, also found nearby suffering from a stab injury
  • He was taken by ambulance to a London hospital. His condition is unknown

A man has been knifed to death and another injured in a double stabbing in a busy north London high street.

Police and paramedics were called to reports of an assault on Camden High Street at around 11.10pm last night.

The male, whose age is not known, was found suffering from a stab injury, and was given first aid at the scene.

But he was pronounced dead at the scene. His family have not yet been informed. 

The killing is the 107th in London this year, and comes after a spate of killings in recent days.

Student Youssef Karim Hasan Al-Bayjani, 17, was stabbed to death outside a KFC on Edgware Road on Tuesday afternoon. 

Yesterday it emerged a man, 24, and a woman, 21, had been questioned on suspicion of murder, five months after an eight week old baby died in Surrey Quays, in south east London in April. 

Police and paramedics were called to reports of an assault on Camden High Street (pictured) at around 11.10pm last night.

Last night a second man in his mid-20s was found suffering nearby with knife wounds and was taken to hospital. His condition is unknown at this stage. 

Camden High Street was closed closed off as officers investigate the latest violent incident to take place in Wild West Britain.

A police spokesman said:  ‘Detectives from the Specialist Crime Command have been notified. 

‘Crime scenes are in place and the High Street remains closed to traffic. 

At this early stage, there have been no arrests. ‘Enquiries continue.’

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