Teenager rushed to hospital after being stabbed on a bus in Harrow

Credit: Q Hussain

A teenage male has been rushed to hospital after being stabbed on a bus in South Harrow. 

Met Police were called to Eastcote Road, just at the the junction with Northolt Road, Harrow, at around 6.46pm yesterday evening (1 April).

The scene in South Harrow following the stabbing on a bus. Credit: Q Hussain.

An air ambulance landed in the nearby Roxeth Park to attend to the victim. 

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A member of Harrow Online Group posted: “Does anyone know what happened at Roxeth Park in South Harrow this evening? An red helicopter landed there.”

A spokesperson for Met police said: “Police were called at approximately 6.46pm on Thursday, April 1 to reports of a person stabbed on board a bus in Eastcote Road, close to the junction with Northolt Road, in Harrow.

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“Officers attended along with London Ambulance Service. A male aged in his late-teens was taken to hospital with a stab injury to his chest. His condition was assessed as non-life threatening.

“Enquiries are ongoing and a crime scene remains in place. At this early stage, there have been no arrests”

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An air ambulance landed in Roxeth Park. Credit: Piotr Gawlik

Anybody with information has been asked to call police on 101 or tweet @MetCC, quoting CAD reference 6875/01Apr.