A teenage boy who was stabbed in a park in Hounslow boarded a bus to the town centre before getting help.
The 16-year-old boy who suffered from a stab wound to the leg was taken to hospital by the London Ambulance Service on Friday (April 15) evening.
Metropolitan Police said they were called at around 7.10pm to reports a young man had been stabbed on a bus in Hounslow High Street.
Officers believe the victim had been stabbed in Inwood Park, Hounslow, following a fight with a group of seven youths - four males and three females, aged in their mid to late teens.
Recently police also found six knives during a weapons sweep in Inwood Park.
The victim had got off the bus at the location on the High Street where officers attended.
The teenager has since been discharged from hospital.
Following a recent spate of stabbings borough commander Raj Kohli who believes the borough does not have a knife crime problem has said stop and search will be stepped up across Hounslow.
The stabbing at the Ivybridge Estate in Isleworth led to the death of a ‘friendly giant’ Sahil Roy, while on Friday April 1 a 52-year-old man was slashed with a knife on the same estate, close to Asda.
Days later a third stabbing of a 20-year-old in Bedfont took place.
Police are urging any witnesses or anyone with information to contact Hounslow CID via 101 or Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555111 or online .