Three Teenagers Rushed to Hospital with Life Changing Injuries after triple stabbing in Thornton Heath

Shocking Scene of the aftermath after Three Teenagers were stabbed in Thornton Heath this evening.
Thorton Heath, South London Tuesday 21st November 2017 Police are still at the scene of a fight in Thornton Heath in which three teenagers were seriouslyly stabbed.
Emergency services rushed to the scene and carried out life saving treatment to stabilise the three teens just 6.30pm this evening (Tuesday, November 21) following reports of a triple stabbing


Met Police officers and paramedics from the London Ambulance Service (LAS) attended and found that a group of four males, believed to be in their teens, had r been stabbed.
Items can be seen strewn halfway down the alleyway where paramedics attempted to stop the bleeding from the trio.
The alleyway d Raymead Passage, which sits between Brigstock Road and Raymead Avenue, remains cordoned off by police.
Police can be seen on Brigstock Road and remain at the scene.
London Ambulance Services said that the three males were “stabilised” at the scene before they were rushed to the nearby Croydon University Hospital

In a statement released the LAS spokesman said: “We were called to London Road at just after 6.35pm. We sent a number of staff to the scene including three ambulance crews, an officer and an emergency paramedic.
“Our staff treated three male patients, who were all conscious.

A Met Police spokesman said that one of the victims is suffering with “life-threatening or life-changing” injuries, whilst two others are suffering with “potentially life-threatening or life-changing injuries”.

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