Air ambulance lands as boy, 16, stabbed in London near major shopping centre
An air ambulance landed in East London on Tuesday evening as emergency service rushed to attend a stabbing of a 16-year-old boy near a major shopping centre. Emergency services attended and found a 16-year-old boy with a stab injury. He was taken to an East London hospital and police await an update on his condition.
A flight radar website showed a HEMS (helicopter emergency medical services) air ambulance landing in Stratford at around 6pm on Tuesday.
Metropolitan Police told MyLondon that they were called at 5.30pm to reports of an assault close to the Olympic Park in Stratford.
A flight radar website showed the aircraft taking a zig-zagging route over East Village, Chobham Manor and Westfield Stratford City before landing near to the A112.
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