Three men rushed to hospital after double shooting in North London as capital’s violence continues to escalate
- Met confirm that shots rang out in Edmonton as three were stricken in the attack
- Officers arrived on the scene amid people going about their Christmas shopping
- One is said to be in a non-life threatening condition, while two others are injured
- A witness said ‘blood was pouring’ from an injured man’s eye socket
The Met have confirmed three were hospitalised after a shooting in Edmonton, North London.
A local shopkeeper called Abdul told the Mirror Online: ‘We heard a bang noise and we saw a guy running toward the fruit shop next door.
‘Blood was pouring out his eye, just near his eye, it only just missed.
‘It was right in front of our business.
Calls were made to 999 just after 6pm this evening as people were out doing their Christmas shopping by Gordon Road close to the train station (pictured)
‘I saw him saying “call an ambulance, call an ambulance”.’
Calls were made to 999 just after 6pm this evening as people were out doing their Christmas shopping by Gordon Road close to the train station.
Officers and the London Ambulance Service found four males.
Three of the victims were rushed to hospital, with two suffering gun shot wounds.
The police said one of the victims was not in a life-threatening condition, while no further details were provided for the other two casualties.
No arrests have yet been made and police did not disclose what type of firearm was used in the attack, as they cordoned off the scene.