London stabbings: Six teenagers attacked in 90 minutes during night of violence on capital's streets


Five teenagers and one man have been stabbed in London within the space of 90 minutes amid a surge in knife and gun violence in the capital.
Three youths were rushed to hospital after being stabbed in an attack in Mile End at 6pm on Thursday.
Police were called to Grove Road at the junction of Roman Road after the victims were found collapsed at the scene.
Two 15-year-old boys remain in a serious condition while another youth, 16, who was treated for minor injuries, has now been arrested for conspiracy to commit grievous bodily harm, Tower Hamlets police said.
Two men have been arrested by police (PA)
Officers also arrested another male on suspicion of attempted murder.
Witnesses described seeing police and trauma teams swarming the area following the stabbings.

Two people said they saw a group of teenagers hanging around the streets nearby shortly before the incident.
One, Jack Hawke, 33, who lives further down the street, said he heard "yelling" and went to his window, where he saw three boys, one on a bicycle, with their faces covered.
Another, Jack Hobbs, 30, walked past what appeared to be the same group on Grove Road and said: "They were all wearing dark clothes with their hoodies sort of fastened up at the top so their heads were completely covered.
"I couldn't see any skin but you could tell they were fairly young from their height."
Two teens remain in serious condition (PA)
Mr Hawke said a month earlier he had seen a group of youths being chased by another group in the park next to where the incident took place.

In a separate incident, a 13-year-old boy was seriously wounded after being stabbed in Gainsborough Avenue in Newham shortly after 7pm.
Three youths have been arrested on suspicion of grievous bodily harm with intent, Newham Police said.
Elsewhere in the city a male in his late teens was taken to hospital following a stabbing in Ealing Broadway.
Police attended the scene at 7.05 pm and the victim's condition was not immediately known.
Officers were also called to the stabbing of a 15-year-old boy in Westferry, on East India Dock Road at 7.05pm. He was not seriously injured.
Earlier on Thursday, a 21-year-old male was was stabbed in Walthamstow . 
Police, who were called to Billet Road at 12.50pm, said the victim's injuries were not believed to be serious.
A man in his 40s was also stabbed just after 10pm in Herne Hill. Police were awaiting an update on his condition.