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Teenager stabbed by three muggers in north London

A teenager is in a critical condition after being stabbed by three muggers in north London. Police say the victim was stabbed in both of his legs in High Mead in Harrow.

High Mead, Harrow Credit: Google Street View

A second teenager was also attacked, but has been discharged from hospital. The attacks happened at around 5pm yesterday. No one has been arrested.

Man in critical condition after falling from taxi

A 26-year-old man has been critically injured after falling from the back of a moving taxi.

The driver travelled a short distance on Alexandra Avenue in Harrow, north west London, when he realised the rear tailgate was open and a man was rolling on the road behind the vehicle.

Police were called shortly after 1am as paramedics treated the man, who suffered life-threatening head injuries. He was taken to a central London hospital where his condition is critical.

Officers believe he was part of a group of men and women who were close to a Renault Traffic taxi parked outside Domino's Pizza on Alexandra Avenue.

Police say they do not know how the man came to be in the taxi and want to speak with members of the man's group who left the scene by the time officers arrived.

Detective Sergeant Chris Osborne said:

We know this man was with a group of what appeared to be friends or colleagues moments before he was injured.

He is now in hospital in a critical condition and I would urge anyone with information to come forward so that we can establish the precise events.


Mayor to join Operation Secure Streets

London Mayor Boris Johnson will join police officers in Harrow today as they give out advice to local residents on how to prevent their homes from being burgled.

The visit forms part of Operation Secure Streets, an initiative designed to cut down on crime and anti-social behaviour in the borough.

Tactics to tackle the issue of theft in the area include the distribution of 'traceable liquid', a substance which can be put on personal property to make it easier to track stolen goods.

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