Teen woman suffers knife wound in Bexley High Street attack

Bexley High street has been closed tonight after a 19-year-old woman suffered knife wounds.

According to police the incident occurred at 5.24pm, when with London Ambulance Service were called.

Bourne Road has also been tapped off by police.

An Air Ambulance was also despatched after the attack.

Witnesses or anyone with information can call police on 101.

Police state the victim’s injuries are not believed to be life-threatening.

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One thought on “Teen woman suffers knife wound in Bexley High Street attack

  • These attacks are totally out of hand. More funding must be provided to tackle these crimes. Including more stop and search, more knife arches at schools, stations, shopping centres and venues. Fast track court hearings for suspects,and tougher sentences if convicted.

    More youth clubs and activites for young people to attend to get them off the streets.

    These attacks are mindless senseless and a total waste of young lives. It is heartbreaking to hear of these attacks on a almost daily basis across London.


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