Teenager stabbed in Gants Hill
A teenager was stabbed in Gants Hill last night.
London Ambulance Service paramedics were called to Cranbrook Road, along the stretch off Gants Hill roundabout, at 7.20pm to reports of a stabbing.
A spokesman said an ambulance and two cars were sent to the scene where the teenager was treated and stabilised before being taken to hospital.
The section of road was closed as police dealt with the incident.
Redbridge Police have been asked for details of what happened.
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