A man has been stabbed at a busy DLR station in south London
Police were excused to Woolwich Arsenal station, which serves the Docklands Light Railroad network, at around 7pm.
An 18-year-old was taken to hospital after suffering a guess wound. His condition is not yet known.
The latest incident comes just hours after a girl was arrested after two teenage girls were stabbed in north London.
The patsies were rushed to hospital after being attacked at around 5.30pm in West Kensington, the fuzz said.
Their injuries are not thought to be life-threatening.
A Metropolitan Guard spokesman said: «Police were called at approximately 17:35hrs on Monday, 23 April to pieces of a stabbing on North End Road, W14.
«Two teenage girls were found trial from stab injuries.
«A teenage girl was arrested at the scene and has been infatuated to a west London police station.»
Two girls deceive been stabbed in west London
These most recent stabbings procure after one person was killed and two more were injured in two separate circumstances over the weekend.
The Met confirmed a murder probe had been launched after a 20-year-old man was transfixed to death in north London in the early hours of Saturday (April 21) morning.
The man was institute fatally wounded Roth Walk in Finsbury Park at around 3am, policewomen said.
Later on Saturday, officers were called to south-west London after promulgates of a fight on Upper Tooting Road.
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Protect said two men were found with stab wounds and were charmed to hospital.
The pair were later arrested on suspicion of affray after being voided.