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Two women hospitalised with slash wounds after Harrow knife attack

Three women were attacked in Harrow this morning, two requiring hospital treatment, after being slashed with a knife. 

The incident happened around Station Road at approximately 8:00am this morning (22 Jan).

A member of Harrow Online said: “There is a massive police and ambulance presence in Harrow now. By the Baptist Church and all up by Tyburn Lane – and at the front and back of the station”

Met Police told Harrow Online: “Police were called at 08:09hrs on Saturday, 22 January, to a report of a woman with a knife in the area of Station Road, Harrow.

“Officers attended and detained the woman. She has been taken to hospital for a Mental Health Assessment.

“It is believed that the woman inflicted slash wounds on two women and punched a third woman. Enquiries are ongoing to establish the circumstances.

“The two women with knife injuries were taken to hospital for treatment. It is thought that both sustained minor injuries.”

Met police added that there is no indication that this is terrorism related.

A London Ambulance Service spokesperson said: “We were called today (Saturday 22) at 8.24amto reports of an incident in Kenton Road, Harrow.

“We sent an ambulance, a medic in a response car and an incident response officer.

“We treated two women at the scene before taking one of them to hospital.”