Met Police has confirmed no arrests have been made one day after a teenager was stabbed in broad daylight in Southall on Friday (June 16).
Southall Broadway was closed off by police at around 12.20pm after a male teenager was attacked.
According to one witness at the scene, the man was stabbed and when he turned around his neck was reportedly slashed.
A spokesman for the police said the victim's injuries to his eyes and neck are not thought to be life-threatening.
London Air Ambulance and London Ambulance also attended and took the man to a west London hospital for treatment.
One person who passed by the Broadway after the incident, who does not wish to be named, said he had heard reports of a stabbing.
He said: “I saw a lot of police cars. They’ve closed part of the Broadway.
“People are walking through but vehicles are not going through. There’s a lot of traffic.
“I was told the casualty was taken to hospital.”
A spokesman for Met Police said at the time of the attack: "Police were called Southall Broadway, Ealing, at approximately 12.20pm on June 16 to reports of a stabbing.
“Officers, London Ambulance Service and London Air Ambulance attended the scene.
"A male, aged in his late teens, was taken to a west London hospital.
“Southall Broadway is currently closed in both directions while the scene is dealt with.”
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