North Wembley stabbing: Two young men rushed to hospital after multiple stabbing in Preston Park
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Two men have been rushed to hospital following a multiple stabbing in a north Wembley park.
Emergency services were called at 2.45pm to reports of armed men in Carlton Avenue East.
Officers found a teenager man male, suffering from stab wounds in Preston Park. His injuries are not believed to be life-threatening.
They then found a second man, in his 20s, with stab injuries.
Both victims have been taken to hospital by London Ambulance Service.
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Carlton Avenue East is cordoned off and people are asked to avoid Preston Park, which is now shut.
@MPS Preston spokesperson tweeted: "Preston SNT officers are dealing with a multiple stab incident that just happened in PRESTON PARK.
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"The team was the first to attend and to give ELS.
"Please avoid the park and the related crime scenes."
A Section 60 has been authorised in the Harlesden, Stonebridge Tokyngton, Preston, WembleyCentral, Kenton, Barnhill, NorthwickPark and WelshHarp wards until 6.20am tomorrow.
@MPSBrent said officers were investigating adding: "At this early stage there have been no
Anyone who witnessed this incident or has information is asked to call Brent CID quoting 4789/9JUL, Tweet @MetCC or call Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.