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Hackney Wick stabbing: Man in ‘serious condition’ after Leabank Square flat attack

PUBLISHED: 15:35 07 November 2018 | UPDATED: 10:32 08 November 2018

The victim is thought to have been stabbed multiple times in a flat in Leabank Square

The victim is thought to have been stabbed multiple times in a flat in Leabank Square

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A man stabbed multiple times in Hackney Wick has been rushed to hospital in a ‘serious condition’, according to Scotland Yard.

The air ambulance was scrambled to Leabank SquareThe air ambulance was scrambled to Leabank Square

Forensic cops are now at the scene of the attack, which is thought to have taken place inside a flat in Leabank Square at about 2pm.

Officers were called to “reports of a disturbance”, and the air ambulance was scrambled.

Medics treated the man at the scene, and he was driven to hospital by road.

No arrests have been made.

The air ambulance was scrambled to Leabank Square in Hackney WickThe air ambulance was scrambled to Leabank Square in Hackney Wick

Police and paramedics are on the scene of the stabbing in Leabank SquarePolice and paramedics are on the scene of the stabbing in Leabank Square

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