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Three stabbed and another nearly loses finger during huge fight in Finsbury Square

PUBLISHED: 09:12 06 August 2019 | UPDATED: 10:39 06 August 2019

The scene in Finsbury Square following the stabbings. Picture: Roy Chacko

The scene in Finsbury Square following the stabbings. Picture: Roy Chacko

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Three men were stabbed and another nearly lost his finger during a huge fight in Finsbury Square last night.

Warning: This article contains images showing bloodied clothes that readers may find disturbing.

Police were called to the scene at 12.35am and found the men with knife wounds, as well as another victim with a broken wrist.

They were all taken to hospital but none have life-threatening injuries.

Later at 1.10am a 25-year-old man turned up at hospital with a partially severed finger. He remains in hospital and has been arrested on suspicion of GBH and violent disorder.

The scene in Finsbury Square following the stabbings. Picture: Roy ChackoThe scene in Finsbury Square following the stabbings. Picture: Roy Chacko

A crime scene is in place in the square this morning, and bloody clothes remain on the floor as police gather evidence.

A bloody metal tool can also be seen on the pavement, next to a khaki shirt, a pair of blue jeans and some brown brogues.

Anyone with information is asked to call police on 101 quoting CAD 206 of August 6 or Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.

The scene in Finsbury Square following the stabbings. Picture: Roy ChackoThe scene in Finsbury Square following the stabbings. Picture: Roy Chacko

The scene in Finsbury Square following the stabbings. Picture: Roy ChackoThe scene in Finsbury Square following the stabbings. Picture: Roy Chacko

The scene in Finsbury Square following the stabbings. Picture: Roy ChackoThe scene in Finsbury Square following the stabbings. Picture: Roy Chacko


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