London police have stationed in strategic positions at the Euston railway station, on Euston Road, in the London Borough of Camden, on Saturday afternoon.
Armed London’s Metropolitan Police officers have descended on central London train station following reports of a stabbing and mass fight. Bystanders fled the station amid what Transport for London called a “police incident.”
The incident took place on Saturday afternoon, sending travellers fleeing in panic from the city’s fourth-busiest train station. Eyewitnesses described “police with guns everywhere,” and “people running up escalators.”
So far no media statement from London’s Metropolitan Police nor the British Transport Police to formally confirm the stabbing or provide any details of the incident.
The supposed stabbing comes two weeks after a convicted terrorist stabbed two people in the London suburb of Streatham, seriously injuring one. The attacker was shot dead by police following his “Islamist-related” knife rampage..
However, several national league games had been postponed due to the fracas at the national train station.