Police have cordoned off a bus stop area and shops in Queensbury after a man was assaulted last night (Tuesday 16 May).
The incident happened near Queensbury Station and at the location, blood-soaked tissues can still be seen on the ground around the bus stop and on the pavement.
The incident happened in Queensbury at around 9:30pm, police could be seen at the location with a cordon in place until this afternoon (Wednesday 17 May).
One person posted on social media: “If you are faint hearted do not go near the bus shelter by Hamiltons, all taped off.”
A spokesperson for Met Police said: “Police were called at 21:39hrs on Tuesday, 16 May to reports of an assault outside Queensbury LT Station.
“Officers responded with LAS and found a man, aged in his 40s, suffering from head and facial injuries.
“He was conveyed to hospital, where he remains. His condition is not thought to be life-threatening.
“At this time there have been no arrests.
A crime scene remains in place and enquiries are ongoing.”
Police have updated Harrow Online stating that the cordon has since been removed.
A London Ambulance Service spokesperson said: “We were called at 9.43pm yesterday (16 May) to reports of an incident on Queensbury Station Parade, Edgware.
“We sent an ambulance crew to the scene and treated a patient before taking them to hospital.”
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