Boy, 16, gets a bus to Harlesden after being stabbed in Kensal Green
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A teenage boy was stabbed in the stomach in Kensal Green before travelling on a bus to Harlesden where he raised the alarm yesterday afternoon.
The hunt is on to find the three men who knifed the 16-year-old as waited at a bus stop in Harrow Road.
Despite his wounds he got on a number 18 bus to Thomas Road where police and paramedics were called at 3.35pm.
He was rushed to a West London hospital in an air ambulance where he is being treated for non-life threatening and non-life changing injuries.
Detectives from Kensington and Chelsea police who are investigating the attack are keeping an open mind on the motive.
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The suspects were all black in their 20s.
Anyone with information should call 101 or Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.
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