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Three teenagers knifed in five stabbings amid more than 150 arrests at Notting Hill Carnival

Three teens knifed in five stabbings Notting Hill Carnival. Credit: Met Police

Three teenagers have been knifed in five stabbings amid more than 150 arrests Notting Hill Carnival. The Met Police said 156 people had been arrested by 2pm on Monday.

  • 9 Public order offences
  • 26 Offensive weapon with blades
  • 1 person equipped for theft
  • 85 drugs offences
  • 4 sexual offences
  • 2 GBH
  • 9 ABH
  • 3 theft of a person
  • 14 other offences

Some have been arrested for more than one offence, and Scotland Yard said 26 knives were seized by police.

The five stabbings were:

  • Stabbing at Wornington Road

At 4.25pm 28 August 28, police were called to reports of a stabbing on Wornington Road, Kensington and Chelsee.

A 15-year-old boy was taken by London Ambulance Service to a central London hospital. His condition, which was critical, is now not life threatening.

A 14-year-old boy was arrested on suspicion of GBH and taken to a central London Police Station. Enquiries continue.

  • Stabbing at Portobello Road

At 4.28pm on August 28, police were called to reports of a stabbing on Portobello Road at the junction with Munro Mews.

A 20-year-old man was taken by London Ambulance Service to a central London hospital where his condition is not life threatening.

There have been no arrests and enquiries continue.

  • Double stabbing at Ladbroke Grove

At 5.09pm on August 28, police were called to reports of a stabbing at Ladbroke Grove at the junction with Treverton Street.

A 16-year-old boy and a 15-year-old boy were at the scene having suffered stab wounds.

Both were taken by London Ambulance Service to a central London hospital.

Both are not in a life-threatening condition. No arrests and enquiries continue.

  • Stabbing at Kensal Rise

A man presented himself to officers at Kensal Rise tube station and told them he had been stabbed resulting in a cut to the head.

He refused to provide further details and subsequently left the scene. Enquiries are ongoing.

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