Parsons Green knife attack: One dead and two injured in stabbing at London station
Stabbing incident is not being treated as terror-related
One man has been killed and two hospitalised in a knife attack at Parsons Green station in London.
Emergency services were on the scene on Monday evening and police cordoned off the area.
Eyewitnesses saw the victims being given CPR on the pavement.
The attack is not being treated as terrorist related.
One witness said he believed the triple stabbing occurred during “a fight”.
A woman could be heard crying after people, who appeared to know the victim, were ushered inside the police cordon.
A Metropolitan Police spokesperson said: “Officers responded to reports of a number of injured males outside Parsons Green Tube Station at 1937hrs on Monday, 16 October.
“Officers and London Ambulance Service attended.
“Three males suffered stab injuries. Injured parties have been conveyed by London Ambulance Service to central London hospitals.
“One of the injured males, a man believed aged 20, has since died. Next of kin have been notified.
“The remaining injured males continue to receive treatment. We await further update on their conditions.
“Cordons are in place and Parsons Green Lane and the LT station remains exit only to Kings Road.
“No arrests. Enquiries continue. Hammersmith and Fulham Police investigate.”
Anyone who witnessed the incident or has information is asked to call Hammersmith and Fulham Police on 101 or to contact anonymously Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.
Last month, 30 people were hurt at the station after a bomb went off on a train but failed to detonate properly.