Boy collapses in street after being stabbed in North London McDonald’s


A teenage boy had to be rushed to hospital after being stabbed in a London McDonalds’s early yesterday evening. The victim was attacked in the Tottenham High Road branch at around 6.50pm.

He stumbled out of the fast food store and collapsed in the street outside a supermarket where police found him. He is being treated in hospital where doctors say he has escaped life-threatening injuries.

No arrests have been made at this stage and a crime scene remains in place. A picture shared on social media shows an air ambulance arriving at a park near the scene, and a witness said: “[McDonalds] staff were locked in and couldn’t leave.”

A Met spokesperson said: “Police were called at 6.50pm on Saturday, 7 May to High Road N17 following reports of a stabbing at a fast food restaurant. Officers responded.

“Following a search a teenage boy was found outside a supermarket with a stab injury. He has been taken to hospital; his condition is not believed to be life-threatening.”

Anyone with information that could help police should call 101 ref CAD 6418/7 May.

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