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12 November 2019 10:42

Metropolitan Police and London Ambulance Service have both been contacted for more information about the incident.

A 16-year-old boy has been rushed to hospital after being stabbed. Police say they were called to Watling Park, Edgware, at 1.51pm by London Ambulance Service after reports of the teenager being knifed. An air ambulance was also called to the scene – and the boy has been taken to a west London hospital. His condition is still unknown. A crime scene has been set up and no arrests have been made.

An air ambulance has touched down at a park in North London after a teenager was stabbed Several Metropolitan Police cars and London Ambulance Service vehicles joined the air ambulance paramedics at the scene in Burnt Oak near Watling Park on Monday (November 11). Reports of the attack on a 16-year-old boy emerged shortly at around 2pm, with locals reporting the incident was a violent attack, and police were spotted searching the areas around the park. Metropolitan Police and London Ambulance Service have both been contacted for more information about the incident. For the latest updates on the incident, please follow the live blog below. If you have any information or pictures to share, please email [email protected] or you can call our newsdesk on 0207 293 2526.