Two 17 Year-old Girls Taken to Hospital with 'Slash and Stab Injuries'

Third 17 year-old girl in custody following attack on North End Road


A statement released today confirms that police were called at approximately 5.35pm on Monday, 23 April to reports of a stabbing on North End Road, W14.

Two 17 year-old girls were found suffering from stab and slash injuries. They have both been taken to a west London hospital where they remain in a stable condition. Their injuries are not believed to be life-threatening.

A 17 year-old girl was arrested at the scene and has been taken to a west London police station.

Enquiries continue.

Emergency services, including the London Ambulance Service and London's Air Ambulance all attended the scene and North End Road was closed between the junction with Lillie Road and the junction with Talgarth Road by West Kensington Station.

Onle onlooker, Mike de S tweeted the abovepicture of the scene @Mike_de-S, saying: "Police interest centred on the Clarence pub on North End Road."

Later last night, Hammersmith & Fulham Police commented @MPSHammFul: "Life is not trivial. Following reports of a fight earlier on North End Road one juvenile female is now in custody for the attempted murder of two juvenile females. Utterly ridiculous situation #Droptheknife."


April 24, 2018