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Teenager hospitalised after knife fight in Walworth

A seventeen-year-old boy was slashed in a knife fight on Tuesday in Walworth.

The teenager was discovered by London Ambulance Service paramedics in Cook’s Road, by Napier House, with slash wounds to his head and arm.

Police arrived at 4.46pm before the boy was taken to King’s College Hospital. His injuries were not life threatening and he is thought to be in a stable condition.

Police are continuing to investigate and are appealing for witnesses to come forward to help with their enquiries.

Anyone who was at the location in Cook’s Road, near the junction with Olney Road and Maddock Way should contact police on 101.

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